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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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j Volume 33-No 12 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 8, 1947 _ _ _


1 stOfReceni Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dr. EiseMMai
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4 : > After Visit in The West Talked On Health
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: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson

Attorney General have returned to their home here To Rotarians

i after spending a month la the

-:: --- West. While away they visited a
___ dub held Its -
I hi the Tight in Oklahoma The Rottary regular
No county officers number of places
1 to IniUU s Ytndl&f aachln* in Texas. New Moxioo and Old Mtxi weekly meeting Tuesday Aug.n .
t 5, 1947. Tie meeting opened
the county courthouse for the nze -
I I of the public and keep the profits with: T. W. Conley assisted by Mr*.

himself, Attorney General J. Tom .-. CO.Federal A J. Boettger *t the piano, leading

Reserve the members in singing "Smile
Watson has advised Ben Coker. : ; .
: commissioner of Har- -Sing A Song" and the "Battle
clerk the
to
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dee county. .. : Bank Says Ramie Hymn of the Republic."

general said the A fellow Rotarian J. L ,Freed-
The attorney 1 .
i law does not permit the county _, To Grow In South lund from Belle Glade was intro

0 commissioners either to allow an duced by Leo Greenberger.Dr. .

Individual to Install an automatic Eisenman talked n the new

Tending machine In the courthouse, : The Federal Reserve Bank et health cards and what they would

nor can they allow any club or ._ Atlanta declares that many fann require. An,X-ray will ba required

charitable Institution to put In ers all over the South nave been for each health card. The X-ray

such a machine. The only exception t '- ,---., d 'k'k't contemplating the growing of ramie car will be in Okeechobee on the

: hesay, Is that the law allows ; aa an alternative to growing 28th and 29th of August for all

i ndflBbllnd persons, under cotton. who wish to have an x-ray picture

: certain Ions, to install such made at that time.
Ramie is a fiber-bearing plant
ma L j_ of the hemp family which is several President MeDougald made several

1 3T Of inerest to Brahma cattle breeders throughout state will be the first annual South Florida Brahma times stronger than cotton, committee appointments before

ri*"" '&sbe +tf and not the county Cattle sale at Arcadia on August 15. The sale, to be held at the state auction market, will feature 40 lust as light, resists rot, does not turning the program over to '

corafeJssion Is responsible for enforcing head of registered cattle several of which were raised on the ranch of Frank Williamson here similar to shrink and can be woven into fabrics the program chairman for the day

: traffic safety rules along the quality animals shown above as they graze on a South Florida pasture. as course as heavy canvas or H. H. Raulerson. Mr. Raulerson

I the ocean beacb,in St. Johns county as light as flimsiest silk. introduced Rev. Standefer pastor

I Attorney General J. Tom Watson J. Farms in Florida Alabama, ot the local Methodist church aa
propriation. Attorney General the things your hands come in ,
ruled in to an Inquiry Food Handlers [ speaker for the day.
answer
I Tom Watson has advised Comp contact with during the day, and Louisiana, Mississippi and more
Clerk Favor of the St. Rev Standefer talked better
from Hiram I on.
i
troller C. M. Gay.A you can eee for yourself why it is recently in Texas and California
ii Johns county commission. county school superintendent RequiredToHave so important to wash your hands have proved that ramie can be plans for the new world we are

i The legislature designated the clean. In the United building today. He told of a story
now more than 70 years old can and wash them grown commercially
; beach as public highway, and the not become a member of the teachers States. Mills in the south and In about a boy he knew who' was
Health Cards killed in the recent and ot
-, county commissioners were preparing retirement system, because he the north are evidencing Interest war
Everglades National Park the sacrifices that made. He
to set speed limits and employ were
is past the age when otherwise, he in the fiber's potentialities.
to enforce them. The To Be said too many of us are prone to
a patrolman would be retired automatically, Repopulated Heretofore the ramie manufacturing -
t attorney general said the law gives Attorney General J. Tom Watson Foodhandlers are already required With Industry has been limited forget these sacrifices that were
to have Health Cards which Flamingos the He
given during
no right to enforce criminal sanctions has advised K. D Harris, the auditor to England. France and Switzer war years.
are issued by the County Health told bow the U. N. is trying to
for violations of its rules under
of the teachers' retirement land. One Florida grower alone
Department and must be renewed The Everglades National Park build world
help
a new patting
the act allowing them to regulate -
; The attorney General said exported 250.000 pounds last year
the beach. That, added the attorney system. each six months. In the past, how area may again be the home of the human values first fe one ot the
such superintendent may to Switzerland. Italy has asked for
that a
general, is the function of ever, a chest Xiray was not part of flamingo, the exotic pink bird native most important things to be done
lawfully be re-elected and serve as about 45 tons a month.
the sheriff, and also of the Florida county superintendent, regardless the physical examination. This was tq the southeast coast before Ramie production has boomed in The four pointers that he gave on '

Highway Patrol. The same, he true because xray service was not white men came to Florida. The building a new world are:
of whether he can qualify for a Florida, especially around Orlando
::3 paid, applies to the Atlantic and state teacher's pension. available to the general public. authority for this statement is Joe and the Everglades. 1. Bread-'We cannot expect a :

it; Jacksonville beaches In Duval now nowever, since me sionus W. Morrow, superintendent of The Florida concerns who have new or better world while people
county. State Board of Health is making grounds at Hialeah Race Course, are hungry, y*
-1 Interested themselves in ramie
Local Manager it possible for every person 15 and in charge of the track's famous 2. Intelligence--Brains. There la
may use the plant to bring new- industry
1 Work in the state auditing deL years of age and older to get a flock. to the state. They are conderlejr too much illiteracy Ja, the trotld

partment will qualify as expertence" Power Company chest, x-ray at least once every Repopulatlng of the new national complete processing otrthe tod4. We bettechoIsadi.t4'r4

-a in public accounting sufficient year-without- cost-all food handlers | park with flamingosr wilt-cal plant ,into the woven textile. ': i- *' -

In the county will be required for all the breedjng knowledge 3. Morals -- Education without 4i
tq entitle a person to take the The American Ramie Company ,
F-ic state examination for certified Says Use Oil to have this annual chest examination. -I Morrow has acquired through 17 with offices in New York and New character and beauty is a poor i

public accountant, Attorney General |years of trial and error.. When the Orleans ,expects to have a portable substitute. He told of the beauty s|

J. Tom Watson advised State Warm yesterday? The result of this X-ray will be i birds were first imported from ramie decortlcator for manufacture we often find around dilapidated l[

Auditor Bryan Willis. Well, maybe, but the Florida sent to the person by the health I Cuba to Hialeah, they showed a next spring.Atorney homes -The Qowers crowing, etc. |!

Under the construction, a per Power and Light Company Is pro department and the x-ray will be discouraging disinterest in mating 4. Brotherhood is a law and the ]
accredited to him his health Then in 1937 came the orntholo- first law
son who is a graduate of a four- viding a thought to cool you off. on General's of brotherhood Is service |

year course in accountancy in either It's this. card.The gists delight-'the first flamingo Biennial Report The meeting was then adjourned. j

of the Florida universities and You have 77 downright chilly x-ray unit of the State egg laid in capitivity. Midst fuss, Released
To Public
afterwards Board of Health will be in this flurry and Smithsonian Institute Florida Power :
works a year as an days coming to you each year-556 Company :1
assistant state auditor, is entitled county Aug. 28, 29, and all food- photographic equipment, a young '
hours of being too cold for comfort Attorney General J. '\>m Watson To Have An *
to be examined for CPA. Also a handlers are expected to get their bird was hatched July 5. But nobody *
even in South Florida, unless your has done eighteen percent more "Inventory of Idea**
at this time. This service not even the mother apparently -
hUh school
works
graduate who house Is heated. x-rays legal work for cabinet members
three in the Is is for however- -knew anything about the
years department cooler now? everyone, every
Feeling and state departments in the
past A chance to say exactly what he
and feeding of baby flamingos.
qualified for examination. Then according to C. I!. Parker- one 15 years of age and older care
six than two predecessors
The bird lived only 14 days. years thinks about his Job, his boss and
son, local Florida Power and Light not Just foodhandlers. Morrow set about improving the did in the six years prior to 1941. his company, and be thanked for

? County Judges cannot legally appoint company manager, it's time for of the flamingos. The The attorney general's biennial it, is being given each employs ot
nesting place
; 4 agents in Georgia and Alabama to be thinking of the winter Washing your hands several the 1947
given to legislature
you miniature report the Florida Power and Light Com
-which look like
for the sale of fishing and heating problem-and with oil, not times a day is a must but did you clay nests and Just released for the general pany.
other licenses according to Attorney know that hands are often craters ot extinct volcanoes
your lists 918 delivered
electricity.The public opinions
found in shallow water 'The idea behind this chance to
General J. Tom Watson. dirtier after wash them than are usually
Florida Power and Light you 1945
during the two years speak up, is the spotlighting of the
Answering and Inquiry from before? That is if one of and-are flooded by heavy rains or
are
company has proved that oil heat- you built and 1946. In the two years before company' problems so that they
County Judge Sam D. May at the nine out of ten people, who dried up by drought. Morrow
ng for your home is seven times reservoir the south island Watson took office, there were 557 can be corrected,** McGregor Smith, ',
Chipley, the Attorney General said according to the State Board of a small on
cheaper than electricity! And the lake with opinions delivered to these same [president of the Power Company,
he could not condone the Health wash of the infield run
Issuance power company has even written a don't know how to level'of the cabinet members and state depart said today.
of Florida licenses in the states their hands ning water to keep the '
book on the subject, titled "The properly. ments.In The plan Is being accomplished *
pond constant. As a result a high
Technically, he said such licenses Bus That Came for Breakfast." And when the State health department hatched in all, the Watson incumbency throughout the Florida Power and
73 flamingos was
of
might be illegal and subject the This book, which shows the type of speaks of "properly 1944. of six years has produced 2,484 Light Co. system through use of

holder to prosecution, but as a oil heaters best suited to Florida washing" hands, it is naturally In single the female flamingo opinions, while during the six the unusual Charles C. Stech survey ,-

practical matter, be added, lie homes, la available at all Florida talking from a health standpoint, a year egg-chalk- years prior to 1941, the office produced which has been used twice ,

doubted It the holder of such a 11 Power and Light Co. offices. The According to them, you leave white in lays color only, longer one than a hen 2402 opinions. before by the Power Company, with :

cense could ever be successfully booklet also suggests that you get yourself wide open to disease if egg, but smaller in circumference. During the past six: years Attorney what company officials say, were x

prosecuted in Florida courts.A your oil heater now, before the you don't wash your hands the Bird lovers used to feel sorry for General Watson has given startling results This present urvey -

rush starts. The power company right way.** the nest the governor 123 opinions. The superintendent is the first conducted since
the old girl straddling '
county school superintendent does not sell oil heaters but It has Tests have shown that most because or PUDIIC instruction the war. ?: I
who is the only practicing physi to heater manufacturers during the Incubation period has furnished general #.-..-- -- ____. ,_ ___"
suggested folks follow a simple routine of her non-collapsible legs. tne attorney .aueq an "inventory 01 mess--
clan in his county is not prohibits that increase their allotments of with the most work 210 legal
they
from wetting and soaping their hands, Observation at Hialeah, however, the questionnaire to be filled out
practicing his medical profession for this section. scrubbing them for asecond or confirmed Dr. Frank Chapman's questions on which opinions were by company employee Including

Attorney General J. Tom Now if you're still feeling a mite written in this period. Next high '
two, rinsing and quickly drying. findings in the Bahamas flamingo major executives as well as office

of Watson LaBelle.advised Dr. C. E. Weave warm, just remember you have 77 Sure, your hands will look clean colony that she is capable of'foldIng was the comptroller with 175 requests boys, coven eight closely typed

chilly days coming to yon, even to the naked eye, but more germs her legs underneath for 30 for opinions. The commissioner pages andwindaipwItbs.blak'4'i

the The law attorney general declared if the weather man wont send you will show up because of improper days of nesting. Besides, pappa is of agriculture has the least pee for the employe to print his
; requires that a county officer of them right now. business, with 38 opinions in six
one washing merely loosens the bacteria well trained and relieves her on criticism. Printing rather than
attend to his duties during the bringing them out of the the nest at intervals. years, while the secretary of state writing Is encouraged to farther
usual and normal business hours The Florida State Employment
pores and crevices of the skin. What finally cornea out of the wa low man with 46. insure anonymity. These unsigned ,
much Service should use only such common
be
or so as may necessary to
meet the reasonable convenience sense efforts as would be used Disease-spreading is often a egg does not look much like a flamingo. | But in addition to the opinions questionnaires then are sorted by

of the public. Although the legislature by private business in attempting hand to mouth affair. You pick*up It has a straight bill and given by the attorney general to departments by a committee' of em
the state cabinet and other state ploye and then sent to the S* ca
batch hands- than The dlstinctire
provided that the office of to locate two-year residents to fill a of germs on your feet longer its legs.
county school superintendent shall state position/, Attorney General then bang, you pop them Into your pink shade does not appear officials, his office reported that organization in New fork where
It it has disposed ot 793 civil and they are tabulated, and destroyed.
mouth. in the bird for six months.
be Watson has advised Angus Laird
considered a full time position
,
food poisoning is and lets the criminal cases handled during the Only the facts revealed in the # '
the law does not prohibit the superintendent of Tallahassee, the merit system Many cases of typhoid, a lazy youngster
food two years covered by the report survey: are returned to the Florida
from supervisor. Where the register of dysentery and coldd are mother feed It regurgitated
work. doing any other available employees contains no traced to dirty hands. until it is full grown. He also has represented the state Power and Light Company, so-

,: names of residents of the state for Scrubbing, preferably with a Thousands of sightseers visit in 20S extradition hearings where [that no employs, major executive '
fugitives troll other states were or clerk, need fear to speak bit
hand brush long enough and hard Ilfaleah every Spring'for the nesting
,
Money collected by the state two years, then, the merit system ,
Florida and In
in making mind.
arrested .
seconds) to and hatching of flamingos.
enough (at least 45
'honest
.I live stock sanitary board from cattle should make only aa common
best This be watching requisition ether states for 154 The survey covers every phase '
? the is the year they may
: owners who would not otherwise sense eUorrto find them, by sweep away germs '
: alleged lawbreakers wanted la of working condition*, such U '
way to protect yourself fiom dl.- the first crop that will return to
: voluntarily have their cattle advertising or through private employment '
ease-laden hands. the home of their ancestors in Florida. whether the employe la encouraged
i :. dipped for ticks can be stored upas agencies, before certify
:z ; n_ for the Job Stop a minute and think of an Everglades National Park. (Contiased Page 5)I

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BAUKHAGE 1jr1': Ar1z. Mind Your Manners
Save the Soil Methods
: News nd Commentator.
Analyst* --.............- YOUR manners label you.Which:.

,= '_ At Purdue Prove Ideal WASHINGTON.-There are a good many ways to judgethe you use. how,you make inJ

moods of official Washington. Sometimes you can assay trbductions these acts tell the
,; A soil conservation system combining them the moment you read the latest statement of the bureauof world the sort of person you are. -"
the teamwork of large -a
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labor statistics Sometimes them in
you can interpret
amounts of contour farmIng -
fertilizer. : '
If want to be the kind .,
you
who's ;
terms of the number of and radio conferences that
are
- manure and press Jar and never lacking for dates- Syour =
NOT cancelled 'or the number of presidential cabinet fish manners! Good D zI4-: ;
deep rooted legumes or ya manners are bara ,
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( x : on courtesy and common cease, wSTi
, ;"" "fF' l4 not only ing trips that are scheduled. Sometimes you can read the J.. few simple rules thrown in to guid ::

,, j-i ?lif( ; saves sorely needed story in the Congressional Record,or the Gallup poll. os y Do your manners measure trot yo OIIr-.
d if'.q" J rainfall and reduces But in recent times one of the best barometers of Washington emotions booklet No. 45 answer your cruestiw
about introductions. dining out tebTeaaant ,
S: 1 the loss of soil organic (some of my deep-dishers tell me) is the facial and/or oral expres- ners. movie and date manners. Sendscents '-

t lI'h'-. matter and sions of the professional Communists who inhabit the carefree Districtof In coin for "New Book of Every**?_
Etiquette" to Weekly Newspaper _
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through
;g ': -:4 plant food Columbia. .. 243 West nth St., New York U, jiTr*
, '0'r."a,, ;P.-.r runoff, but also promotes To help you understand- the above. Print name address booklet Vti* aei '
No. 43.
, 1"1 v. greatly increased of- somewhat un-understandable statement Joy. The reason for his gayety? The
.: : i ; i1 yields let me refresh fact that he foresaw a real depression

: 4:. i. corn, wheat and your memory for the United States. Later the RIDE 'EM COWBOY The' rugged Colorado mountains provide'a JJT'
:
.,. .. hay according to Skl-Hl Stampede staged
concerning financial man again met the Communist true western setting for the picturesque .
.'"-" i. -1:; Glenn Bedell. the Kremlin's informed him he was sorry annually at Monte Vista Colo., under auspices of the Monte Vista Y.J'; VQ"U"qlL."D.r
,; ;. Such a system most cherished to hurt his feelings but that there Commercial club. The 1947 edition of the stampede is scheduled this q M

t'.,.;: 1 proved its benefits desire. That was going to be only a mild recession week-end, with a rodeo (above) as the major attraction. A paradeand z.h 7.b 1L1
# at the Purdue stat ,
j;; dearest wish as which would other events.
serve to check the racing are program
- f t __ tion. The test was .
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you know is a boom. No bust would follow. The, Difference
: ,t1' conducted in 12 great big all-out That was the ,opinion of most of He (sitting on bu
sgxcuse me
, 'I v't. small fields from ,
replica of the depression the
experts-government. REVIEW
r :,"f" 1942 through 1945. industryand NEWS madam, you're strSr 0111 my -
". of 1929 labor-at that time. The whole feet. *af
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yq AU the fields had for the United
country despite the fact that busi-
j; ;rd4 rotations She (strap hang know
: 1 three-year States. ness was booming, seemed to be ,
',f wheat Warfare Flares young man and i2you were a
: corn Greek '
of
I Let's step for a aware the dangers of inflation. ; be -
gentleman
i and meadow. Six moment into the Furthermore, people were in the you'd standing oa

:", I however were sanctum sanctorum mood to check extravagances for ,them.

, Mere.. farmed with common of the SoBaukhace example the Newburyport and Flood Curbs Advocated

t: I ter boosts practices; the viet's No. 1 boy other price-cutting experiments). It Action -

t: corn yield.KNOW other six with a conservation Josef Vissarionovich DJugashvili. appeared there would be a slight me imnea Nations security_ ____u_ council ____-...,'..---- "Do "you believe in free

;: j system. alias Marshal Stalin. recession, that it would relieve which has yet to meet a tough I ter. told a press conference at loan- speech?
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.f .' ? On the fields which had the benefit the labor tension "r certainly do!
and encouragemore it nina that several of 20 prisoners
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The following is an excerpt from problem head-on and overcome
..< 1 of extra fertilizer contour cropping efficiency on the part of work- defenders unableto "May I use your phone?"
't. the official transcript of a conversation rejected an American appeal for'an taken by the were ,
; } manure. lime and deep rooted ers and management. Also, it would f z
between Harold Stassen of emergency debate on the Balkan speak Greek and wore the Red
r ': legumes, the water loss from runoff Minnesota and Josef Stalin of Geor- adjust inventories bring down real situation, despite reports of increasing Star insignia of the Soviet Union.In Ticklish .

: t : for four years was eight farmed inches, gia, U.S.S.R.. not Georgia. U.S.A.: estate prices so that people could strife in Greece. the meantime a war department "H" teas iitktd, 'wt of tfbool for_
fields
\ !. compared with 1714 on buy' homes reduce the cost of living beating.
.7. under the common system. Soil loss Stassen: Our problem now Is ; and in general,. take the wind When Herschel V. Johnson. deputy announcement said that one "How toner :

o I was only 1.8 tons under conservation to see to it that we out of the sails of a boom that U. S. delegate warned that the invading force of 2,000 had been "Ht tau ctttgbt counting bit rib '_
against 8.8 tons with the common do not have a depression might be followed by a bust. That crisis developing in I gripped in a pincers nine miles during a bygitnf ex+mJ* '
system. Organic matter losses an economic was in ApriL Greece "may burst I from Albania and that a battle of

were' 492 and 975 pounds respectively crisis. Well along about the middle of into explosion any annihilation was in progress. A second Breaking the News

is while those of nitrogen were Stalin: Do yon expect a crisis July the Communist ran into the day." Andrei Gro- column was halted in its drive Hubby went out with the boys ,
10 and pounds phosphorus 19 and ? ;a'' myko, Soviet delegate toward Ioannina and surrounded by
I ; financial expert again. Again the one night and before he,realized it: ',
62; and potash; 10 and 24 pounds. Stassen: I do not with, wise Communist was smiling. .? R protested the government troops. the morning of the next day had

, Corn yields averaged 92 bushels policies we can "Well" he leered happily --S' x that an emergency dawned.He .
bushels avoid crisis the issue FLOOD CONTROL: "
a.a I per acre against 62 on the a debate on
t "where's your mild recession hesitated to call home and
r. common fields. in 1942. By 1945 the that 'was going to take the wind was- unnecessaryand 10-Year Program tell his wife! Finally he hit uponan
'. corn output reached 122 bushels per Stalin: Do American industries France added
it out of the sails of boom-nd- idea.
-. -1 1 acre compared with 71 bushels on have a lot of or- bust?" : that the United Terming the problem one,of "des He phoned his wife and when
'!= t the common fields. Wheat yields ders Is that true Nations 'must not perate urgency/* President Truman -
He sniffed the breeze blowing she answered, he shouted: "I'm .
; averaged 25 bushels and la bushels; And that American off the Potomac a couple of JOHNSON act too hastily." in a special message to congress back. Don't pay the ransom"

factories can't keep times and added (as if he hadcauzbt However the council did sched- proposed that a swift start
pace with them and the scent of attar of ule two special meetings in response be made on a 10-year( 250 million
'-1.; =' YOUR BREED that all factories are roses): -Smells a lot like 1929 to an American request to dollar program to control floods in Perhaps two can live as cheaply
running 100 cent? as one, but it's worth the dif
I per to me. speed up the discussion of troublein the entire Mississippi basin and
t Golden PalominoBy Is that true ference to stay single.
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!i ; Stassen Yes The Communist went on. obvi- southeastern Europe. Russia objected change the character of the river
-1 i .W.,J. DRYDQIt" r : substantially,. ously enjoying himself: 'John to this too, charging that from a destructive giant to a productive
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; but they are largely Same Difference
the U. S. was attempting to "provethat force.
Lewis got the biggest wage settlement -
domestic orders .
Originally a cross between Palomino Stalin: But that Is the most in his hihor}". Didn't you say an extraordinary situation. had He strongly implied that the pres- around"Does 'love make the world go

and Arabian, the Golden Palo- Important wage increases were inflationary been created in Greece. ent congress should undertake the
magazine
: mino has become recognized as'the analysts and the What are the other labor leaders Main U. S. proposal for workingout immense long-range task before its "No it just makes people dizzy,

i golden horse Palomino. Photo show American press carry going to do? Didn't I hear some- the difficulty in Greece calls for adjournment. A number of senators and they" think the world is going _

open reports to the effect thing about an increase in the priceof Immediately threw their support around.
i that economic steel as well as coal? And what behind the President's proposal.
an
Yanks Are ComingThe
crisis will break out. about the other side-more loose conservative Athens In general the construction pro- Lost Strayed or Stolen

I" Stassen: The problem one of change in people's pockets? Con- Ellnlkon Alma, has gram as outlined by Mr. Truman First New Sailor-Where's th-
gress talked about letting the boys newspaper mizzen mast?
would
stabilizing with "excellent' authority provide a coordinated systemof
reported on Second New Sailor I dunno.
) have cash for their ,terminal leave -
out having storage reservoirs in all the
an eco that United States troops major -
: bonds? That'wouldn't do much to How long has it been mizzen
nomlo crisis. win aid Greece halt farther Invasions tributary basins of the Mississippi -
-. Stalin: But what about busi- pull down prices and releasing such as the one government coupled with levees flood-
ness men? Will ,they credit controls on installment buy' fighting.The walls and diversion channels to pro-
forces now are
be prepared to be ing. And the railroads saying they quoted an tect cities towns and farms in i >:i
regulated and can't Pay their coal bills without a newspaper those basins.
I restrained -
freight rate increase. Congress American spokesman as saying _
? tried twice "The United States are de- Also he proposed that soil con- -. ... '
to cut taxes too right .
Stassen: No will have
some where it would do high prices the cided to contribute to the safe- servation measures be put into ef-
<, .t, .- 'HU'- objections. guard of Greek freedom and independence fect farther up-river on the tributaries Y III nay other adattesd peY'a.
most good. Where he asked
f", some of the George, Garretson Stalin: Yes. they do. again "where's this recession and even with American of each major basin in orderto MO RO LINE -;

,. prides. That is a verbatim record with all the serious thought about check- armed forces." retard the flow and run-off of

.' ;. They are bigger and stronger than omissions which do not affect the ing a boom. waters from heavy rains and reduce

; f the sire, and are the quarter-horse context. They reveal Stalin's keen With-that, the Communist walked establishment of a powerful 11-na- topsoil Ion.RACKET .
j type. Their temperament is fiery interest in our domestic economy
,
off. chuckling in his beard. My financial lion border patrol with authority to
but they be trained to gentle and any prospective depression in :
" : may expert admitted he couldn't scout both sides of the borders sep
ness. The infusion of Arabian that economy.
'. answer him. Training HitDr.
arating Greece from the Commu
"blue-blood." resulted Bontor a The conversation took place in "It's this way," he said to me nist-dominated countries of Yugo-
< If classic gray Arab. the Kremlin on April 9 of this year.A afterward "people feel about inflation slavia. Bulgaria and Albania. Allan Bates a Chicago scientist -
testified before a house armed
friend of mine a financial ex- the way they felt about sin.
: Turns Rooster Into pert' met a Communist acquaintance Everybody is against it-but they War services sub-committee that universal -
AgainAs military training has become
who was bubbling over with'Fanciers' want to get theirs." "a
Good Setting HenThe vicious political racket" and will
additional troops were sent up
" be'"a horrible cancer on the United
*
application of hormones as an to reinforce both the invading leftist States..
- aid in fattening poultry has been
and the Greek
: guerrillas govern-
y:: I. carried on for some time. The OOrI Fancy Fan tier< Bantams ment forces the swiftly developing He in cited the the last fate of European nations

;';', : j mones tried have had the effect of battle in the rugged heights of war. declaring that
I tenderizing" the flesh of poultry.ftrJ&i I (or to be honest my wife) have they call the undersized but healthyand northern Greece began'to take on a despite assurances from their top
( recently acquired three new band handsome roosters, the cocky cast reminiscent of the Spanish army leaders that universal training CALOX j jfor
tams for our flock. Elmer the ones. would safeguard them from in- change to

( proud cock-of-the-walk and his two The bantam breed is centuriesold. civil war. vasion they all fell before the Nazi
.tunes/" Clementine and Adeline. In China they produced minia- The war ministry disclosed that blitzkrieg. the ituuc. e/I.d

1 jl: Bantam raising is a real industryin tures with long and flowing tails to six strong guerrilla units had been'concentrated As an alternative to universal military

the United States. Among my acquaintances grace the gardens of the Manchus. along the Albanianand training Bates said the United on your smiteEfficient I

: most people raise ban- Great estates in Europe have been Yugoslav frontiers of Greece States should concentrate on a Gainer auks tun tarn

tams for pets. Elmer. Clementineand decorated for hundreds of years and that all were poised to join the strong striking force a large air I Helps remove&lm./ ..bring oat '"
Adeline had hardly gotten out with these delectable little crea- original invasion force of 2,000 force strong reserves and a well ail the natural lustre of yourmile. ?
of their crate which brought them tures kept for no purpose other than which. government troops had so organized national guard all backedby .
i all the way from Iowa to Florida the beauty they could impart to the far been able to repel. adequate scientific and industrial 2A special ingredient in Catox

where they. are now ensconced before landscape. Napoleon Zervas. defense minis- research.IT'S which encourages has atonic, effect rtaassage.on gum*

the ladies were leaping UP on :.helps makes them firm sod
my wife's arm and eating a piece of rosy Tone np your smle..withN"dt.aJ.oJJwi.
A
SWEET .
LIFE
** ivw bread right out of her mouth. ;
Dr. A. V. Nalbandov University ._
_NtKus LiR.Nrfa,
The industry breeds the birds for a
..T BUaols, demonstrates success 119HO ra.rs fI/ M.citkd ... .3.,,
-ef hormone experiments to Lee exhibition and fancier sale. ':

Campbell' and Ralph'' !Inhoff at- End to Su Shortage Seennese

Bcitl af Bttmls Poultry ImprovealestafaoCI&Uon. .,." > .... 11_ ',-t <" ,>. <.v' '5'-<",)

; ., CHICAGO.-With a record crop bst year and one million more than military occupation.The LONGER WAXES UP4
in both expected the spokesmen estimated
-- prospect in the United had been increase in sugar
21 'The useof; prolactin hormones to r ?3VC States and Cuba production in the
roosters into setting hens assurance that said.Despite United States 3TIMMSAr NKNTas f
c} transform the sugar shortage definitely is over this outlook for sugar would place the 1947 crop at 2.2
has been successfully of t Eillinoit.t accomplishedat was given by sugar industryspokesmen. supplies, observers hesitated to pre- million tons, of which about 1.7 million ske d for S neaMu before sIFolettiteaesl.iadbla&rPlYS* J;

University Housewives now revel- dict that industrial sugar rationing would be beet sugar and the j

ing in adequate sugar supplies for would be ended before October 31 remaining cane. Last year this T7dsdn.ddaatee'erepetat7akeld4s = f.

: Make ,Cbeiiar; Cheese home use and canning were ad- as scheduled under existing legisla country produced 1.70 million tons from nickt awRi1-
ri JIilk vised that they need not fear a recurrence tion. They explained that the beet of both beet and cane sugar, which -Hod&r arson vnfcttMM BOW.fcaowa..set to the OOSM ktdo 7* T.
r Frog'P .iI of wartime and postwar crop would not be harvested until was about 200,000 tons below better protect your rest switch form kxfoer
an ati.ataotootrr v.. NLt m..d;
Amer pi1a. P.tet
of making
A neW method shortages. this falL Meanwhile the United average crop. they hT paati.a<< wdatiy.-bin aetias the
-'t lean"'cheddar:cheese greatly simplifies Private estimates Indicated that States will obtain its sugar from With supplies of cane and beet .Yves-a. il.ddae britsti.a.find.liothig them tae dt.like n.eU= '_

the whole operation ancf'enables' U. S. production of beet and cane traditional suppliers like Cuba. Hawaii sugar now adequate to supply all faets .DOviliE OVRMONEY BACK.
the 'average ,cheesemaker_ to'iPr'o-: Striking specimen of a> Blue sugar this year would exceed last Puerto Rico and the Virgin demands by housewives demands ,

,due., :a' ;uniform and ,hJgb-quaHty Cochin bantam rooster, bred for year's production by 'more than islands.- for other sweeteners are expected TO

ti -product regularly.5 .,The'new method Its beauty.A 450.000 tons doubling previous esti- The Philippine islands which formerly to decline. These sweeteners many coot BURHS

s 'uses pasteurized milk 'destroyed'., mates cf the anticipated' increase sent this country nearly one of which were used in war, time as SCALDS cH SS ,:

-: Of'undesirable ,.bacteria,- to w&eh bantam is really Just a little Cuba, sugar capital of the world. million tons of sugar. annually, will substitutes for sugar, include corn Quickly apply soothing and com-q.
-i Bd dependable" starter chicken, bred down by selecting the win produce a record crop of more send none this' year because their sugar and sirup maple sugar and forting: GRAY'S OINTMENT with "

-a containing,;**&:':ther essential" fete?.. siaaQ ones in a normal breed and than 6.4 mfmn tons nearly 'two sugar production,has not recovered sirup, honey cane sirup sorgo its wholesome antiseptics and nature '
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.
; teria has beet added W-,, and,add,- ted eaillflg them with the "ponies" as million tons larger than the:' crop from the, devastation of the Japa- sirup and molasses. like aiding-nothing medication.: so comforting Nothing else -

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'Lost DEPARTMENT ;
t ka9x? Colony'u. ., -

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S. Archeologists Find


....:v: r.v Traces of an Old Fort; :k, *, ; g2a, ... 4z49 H:

Mystery Revealed.
By Wail-All MakM-Caa t W
aifa6rboacCro6G9i's WASHINGTON. Excavating on w Now if.mr to .t TO T rd.rbe.awatt1t? *
,..r.kF.N. .
rv.ie..r..r..t.t..iaquack
-- Roanoke island government arche- :.IMre-w ht..y..=:... y.er w.m.a .
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ologists claim to have found evidence a- 41451. 4'' x _.mt a r::=.y.roy l repay d... It r. ..wd. 't far
,',0"' < of ancient which Ry t"ffiW'sELGIN $ asi
an fort may :' w e xe 'ic" --
have housed WATCHES.POCKSBATCHES, '.. *-. .
the in-starred "Lost
.t7. Writ,for dad., Naobtxumw In ad.y.
Colony" of North Carolina.. TIMEMASTERS

They also found a charcoal pit sasaa-ae arawa IIAMoIU.lllOla

which they said may have been
prepared as one of the last acts'of ROLL DEVEtOPED-OrernUbt Servtc
a floss Prints. 1 Sx7 Enlargement. ;
the colonists before they disap ; AH sizes. 23 cents. Re-- nnts. each 3 rests.
peared. Z "B" STUDIOS. Bx 115. BiUtafS. M-t.

The excavation is under way ,at

: the Fort Raleigh national historic *** *** *
: site not far from Kitty Hawk. N. C..

: : :: where the Wright brothers gave

Ih. S p aviation its start. BISON'S FAMILY TREE' First comprehensive study of the Great E t YauR fGrGQ

; Fort of Great Age. Plains bison's lineage Is being made by University of Nebraska state o 9

J. C. Harrington national park museum from its collection of buffalo skeletal remains. The large 4 4dC !

service archeologist. who is directIng skull and horns (foreground) are 509,000 years old and belong to the

the ,,Work said that three ex- first t-pe'.f bison to roam the Great Plains area. The skull at left Is

ploratory trenches have disclosedthe 50,000 years old while the ODe at right Is a 1,000-yesr-old bnflalv. nearly

profile of a ditch -or moat 10 the same. the present type seen la parks and zoos. Dr. C. B. Schultz

feet wide and 5% feet deep which director of the museum, to on the left with W. D.Frankforter assistant
bas been filled in by erosion of a curator of paleontology at right
fort parapet.

"The depth and character of the BY THE HORNSMpseum
'1' f fill indicate that the fort is of great

age. in contrast to the remains of 9 O

Civil war forts of earthen construction GSA
Traces Tree'Of jR
.; elsewhere on Roanoke Island" 'Family SAV1 ::1;; "

,
Harrington said.
'f I;
"Near the bottom of the moat in Shaggy-Haired Plains Bison ** ** ** ;
one of the trenches a large fragment i iI

of hand-made brick and a WNU features.

large piece of strap iron were found LINCOLN NEB.-The 'family tree" of the Great Plains
bringing to mind the fact that when !k
Gov. John White of, the Tx>st'Colony bison is being given its first geologically scientific appraisalby 4t'(1(I

returned to the front in 1591 the University of Nebraska state museum. Research com- j 1

I Can Your Most Luscious Fruit and found that the colonists had pleted in the past eight years reveals that ancestors of the .

1 (See recipe below.) disappeared he discovered iron and shaggy-haired creatures, which in the 19th century numbered
other heavy objects strewn aboutin millions and drew hunters from r araaaaasas jj j

Fruit Preserving great profusion." over the world to the plains of Kansas jI j

-' LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU Victims of Indians.In and Nebraska first came to Yodora I I

This is the year many women furtherance of charter rights North America about 500.000 years Income Tax Cited !

have waited for the year when Pineapple Ice from Queen Elizabeth to Sir Walter ago. That was when the second 'ofthe

they could obtain unlimited quanti- Ham Loaf with Raleigh Sir Richard Grenville established three big glaciers of the Ice Age As Aid to Farmers checks 1

ties of sugar to put up all the fruit Spiced Peach Garnish a colony of 108 persons on was retreating from the northern

in their orchards and berries in Buttered Parsleyed Potatoes the island in .1585. The group returned Great Plains. ;;
their patches.For Harvard Beets to England with Sir Francis Dr. C. B. Schultz. museum director MOUNTAIN VIEW, OKLA. -Do perspiration 1

many of us. it has been so White Bread Drake in 1586. Members of a sec- and W. D. Frankforter. assist- you complain loud and bitterly T

long since we put up fruit in any Molded Melon Salad ond party of 15, left at Roanoke ant curator of paleontology of the about that mounting levy which odor .

quantity that a Fresh Berries with Cream island the same year apparentlywere museum report that their studies Uncle Sam surreptitiously sneaks 'J ,
quick brush-up of Cookies Beverage killed by the Indians. thus far indicate two unusual tendencies from your pockets in the form of in- i

methods is John White's colony arrived in in evolution of the bison.. come tax? nlc WAY
essen
1857. and in August of that year Virginia First, the great granddaddy of If you do. particularly if you're a I Ii
tial. As in all big Inches above the jars. If the water i 1 1is !
the Dare was born the first white them all who came to this coin; farmer you may obtain some consolation Made with a jac*cream to**.Yodpea i
undertakings
tends to boil away during the processing native of the new world. White wentto uncut from Asia was characterised from a local banker who actuaUy toothing to normal akin !
underlying organ time it's a good idea to havea contends that the federal incometax
England for supplies. When he horns No harsh chemicals or irritating !
mainly by huge
izational work is ( i kettle of boiling water near by !
has Oklahoma farmers.R. .
returned all of the colonists had which averaged 80 inches from helped aalta. Won't harm akin clothing.
most important. from which the supply can be readily M. Kobs president of the First i
and this can be replenished. disappeared. tip to tip. But the body of this Stay soft sod creamy, nets gets8y
National bank maintains that I
As late as 1602 Raleigh was seeking creature known scientifically
done the day before before. begin actual Count the processing time from the missing group. Neither he as "superbison. was less thana many farmers are making more j Try gen&Yodora-/ < the wonderfol j
The day you to be the time, the water starts boiling. nor the later settlers of Jamestown foot taller and a foot longer money than before 'because of the idifferencel. A '
canning check ,on equipment When processing time is finished Income tax. Paying the tax he in- s
For Va., were. able to find traces of than the present buffalo. Succeeding _' .
sure that it works' properly. remove jars (with a jar lifter to them. sists, forced farmers for the first 5

fruit and berry canning you will prevent burning the fingers) and Ruins of the Roanoke island tower only one generations significant changei showed; time to add up income from the 1r 4.4' 4 .
need a water bath which may bea place oh thick layers of newspaperto little things" like milk and egg I r'. '"J:
described in 1709. 'and In 1895 size of the horns. They steadily I -
large kettle or broiler fitted cool. they were still faintly visible.Nation's checks and feed sales. :
shrank to of 22
today's average ?
with a rack and a ,tightly fitting For many of the new type lids Inches from tip to tip. The body "As a result of having to figure :; ,

cover.. cooker Or, ;you also may use but a pres-this the manufacturer does not approve Automobiles Are remained nearly the same. their tax" the banker concludes, I Iata.
processing,
sure farmers have to know
come Just
Inverting the jar to test for leaks: Second, the bison unlike
is not as essential for fruits as It This is one reason for not inverting Doing Well, Says Report other prehistoric animals found what profit they are making from
Is for vegetables.You some crop. Instead of merely ...a nrrr.r.
guessIng -
certain types of jars. WASHINGTON.The nation's automobiles In North America such as tieplants

will need at'everallarge pans When the jars are cool wipe them ; most of them prewar rhinos horses and Camels they're getting along an right/

and kettles for preparing the fruit off label and store in a cool dark models seem to get better with first appeared on our 'continent <
and for making the syrup. You also place. as a large animal and decreased :. /4fu/L
will to Jars checking age.American $100,000 Cool Grant
need prepare Use This Time Table i Automobile association in size. ,
cracks and imperfections. HI mi iciti an run ir =
them for reports there were fewer automobile
The University of Nebraska scientists
If you are using the water bath Remains Unused for
them In hot
soapysuds.
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
and washing
breakdowns 1946 than in the also believe on the basis of
which recommended
is
:Make certain you have enough by most experts record. year of 1945. present studies that the bison ,
population
will Period
of
or lids.Estimating you fj ,\ ,::.,. 80 Years '
covers want to observe "- The AAA said increased suppliesof has had its "ups and downs.

Amounts the processing tires and spare parts: enable The first bison they say apparentlywas PITTSBURGH PA. For 80

Although fruits and berries vary time very care t lIB motorists to ,,keep their cars in relatively few In numbers since years the sum of 100000. intendedto MAGIC ,

in size and moisture content it is fully. The following ::. : : ":" much better repair.An only a few scattered skeletal re- buy coal for needy families has
still possible to' make' some sort of fruits areprocessed estimate based on reports mains have been found thus far in been kicking around here and nobody REMEDY

estimate as'to how much syrup and for 20 from 14.000 AAA member garages Kansas and Nebraska. knows how to dispose of it. BRINGS QLESSED RtMEF

the number of Jars you twill .need minutes: aprwn showed a drop hi 1946 of more than But they Increased In numbers In the 1860s two wealthy men.
10 per cent in the number of me- rapidly as the climate began warmIng Charles Brewer and James Craw- tarnsottI.tz_ r.l'U.-S.eaSize* CO Itilllll -
For sweet fruits. you will 'use a cots blackberries. -:. : III HIT H I1KCUI<< I
syrup made of 2 cups of sugar to blueberries cherries currants, chanical breakdowns below 1945. up and more food was made ford bequeathed large amounts of 0 ail Mil III Slim n UK H itaitf if friu I
4 of water;. for slightly acid gooseberries peaches pears plums Tire trouble, as usual was the available to the growing herds. But money to West Penn hospital to buy aunt tin ct., I... .tutiMiiut t.'fLII.."l
cups
( %.
No. 1 Cause 'for emergency calls. about 20,000 human oal for needy families.
a
fruit use Setups''sugar-to.3 cups raspberries rhubarb and strawber- years ago t
of water; for acid fruit 2 cups far'1o' Next in line was battery trouble, civilization apparently a race of The hospital found that there
ries.Apples then ignition failures and bad car hunters migrated from Asia to this were not enough needy residents In
2 ups'of water is ample.If and pineapple processedIn Pure Resinol Soap .
the.. fruit Is very acid 2 cups of the same type of water bath will buretors. continent and the numbers of bison the designated areas to spend the mild and ; ',
And drivers are still absent- fund. When the 6 d suits ; i
sugar to 1'cup of water is essential. require 30 minutes while quinces were greatly reduced. These tribes. i hospital took the 00
adding require 35 minutes.If minded. The report showed that however, suddenly disappeared case to court the combined funds for gently ckanaing: -
The syrup is made simply by 779.000 drivers ran out of gas and from the Great Plains for reasons I were ordered turned over to the SoothInr.oUy'O,., the tender skia. : =
the sugar to the water and boil you are using the pressure 372.000 either lost their keys or which are still a mystery to scien- Pittsburgh foundation. Resinol Ointment : .
ing 'together for 3 minutes.If cooker for processing keep the in- locked themselves out. tists. After their disappearance I medicated to relieve I
are canning large fruits dicator between 5 and 10 pounds Baby
)you however bison herds staged a itchyburningofminorskinirritations.- I
such as "peaches. and pears allow pressure and process all fruits, except : Plans Revisit comeback.The I Dog SavesVoBlaa .
1 of to and quinces for 10
pint syrup; pineapple herds gained steadily in size f
la quart Jar of minutes. The two exceptions will Town of Stone Age People even after appearance of the early From Second Fire

I fruit. For small require 15 minutes processing. CHICAGO.-An American village Indians in the Great Plains region. CHICAGO.-For the second time. 1

I fruit or berries. Queries Answered site that is believed to be older than But with the coming of the white Fawn a Seeing Eye dog. has led a
I will need '
.you How high should fruit be packed Budapest. Hungary will be re- man. the bison an but disappearedfrom her mistress. Mist Anita Blair to HOT-I
I[ only a half pint for canning? Pack fruit and syrupto visited by Dr. Paul S. Martin chief the continent. safety through fire. '
the
of syrup to within one inch of the top. curator of anthropology for the Chi- The research work now underway While Miss Blair who has been ,:.

I quart.. of How much salt should be addedto cago natural history museum. at University; of Nebraska Is blind since childhood, was giving a fmxrUonal Women In mid jour The amount eprkd cmlar
p -
water In which peeled fruit Is The site Is known as SU village. expected to take at least five more safety lecture at Bowen high to women, CUM *om '" bo* 1 _. =
fruit usually depends Studies made there to complete. school broke hash... nervous. blfbctru&g-. weak. =
placed to prevent discoloration? so far have revealed years a fire out behind the :
tired ttxtllofil Then rfo Lydia FPfakbm
the size! but ordinarily tJy; K. !
upon' Add one teaspoon of salt to each traces of a simple stone-age school. Miss Blah, led by Fawn 'i Vegetable Compound ta fnn.
we count 2' pounds of fruit.for the people whose left the ... caeb .ymptacuultMIOIM i
quart of water used. civilization has been Woman of 75 Finds building along with the 3.000 sot tats purpoMi ;
.
This will aid In estimat- ;
quart Jar. t
What makes fruit and tomatoes given the name Mogollon.Dr. students.In Taken reguiariy.-Ptnkbam'a "Com- -

ing your yield. float? Too much processing, too Martin's considered guess Is New Career in Art the tragic La SaDe hotel fire of pound ntcb helps CatretB.TTum bund tq raatateac nrta bar I

Method *f Packing heavy syrup or too loose a pack that the village was occupied about dutiesas June. 1948, in which 61 died. Miss sported txneatl Ateo a very efiecttT**, i, : .
MINN. Her
Some fruits and berries are hot- may be the causes. 500 A. D.Treerings. CLARISSA Blair followed Fawn down a fire ttomacblo ton1Cy Wortb trying i'
wife and mother kept her occu-
prefer using (In roof beams) are a escape to safety. 19IJf"llIKEIJI'IL'fNmJ
packed but most women Why should fruit for canning be pied for most -of her 75 years but .
the cold: pack method for pre- uniform In size and ripeness Fruit being examined in efforts to establish now Mrs. Mabel Badabaugh has a
f,
paring fruit for canning It.takes should be evenly ripe and about the a date.
He and new career as an artist. What? No WNU-U 31 17Backache
his associates win seek Haystack s
carefullypacked
is
less time. If the fruit same size so that processing will be While visiting a son In Portland, -
bther sites which, + tai
be little floating. may throw light
will
'
there equal. Mrs. Kada-
; IDAHO
Ore.. four years ago FALLS IDA. WorkersIn
Wash and clean the fruit peelingand Can I can over-ripe fruit? No on ture.the origin of the'Mogo11on cul baugh attended art classes sponsored the city; sanitary departmentwere -

coring dicing and stoning when if s'too difficult to.get a good product by the city. Her Interest stamped by this request. A i o

necessary. Pack Into,sterile jar Use over-ripe fruit and berries centered on the painting of pastel woman asked them -to be on the t t ;
and attach the lid. using manufacturers for fruit butters as the fruit Ghost Town in CaliforniaTo Coral prints which are created by lookout' for three sewing;;machine f

directions. win have to be mashed and there Be Made a State Park working a chalk-like substance Into needles which she accidentally May Warn of Disordered : _-

; Process by placing the fruits' In Is enough sugar to act as a pre a mat or canvas. dropped In': a garbage,can. The department Kidney Action i! :
! a boiling water bath making certain COLUMBIA. CALIF. Believed Now Mrs. Radabaugh has a handles:.about 600 tons' of -
to be the first brick school- Uoim tK*with ha tiny"* .... ;
to two Wertern Htwtpaixr Pntoa. public ?
I that the water comes RelMMd by house "workshop" In her home here. garbage weekly. liicaulaf pMttt'inpwp..sag .& ; ,
In California a red brick driafaM .aa4TBf : j -,
To prevent mold from forming on structure on top of Burial Hill In tto tfcraw* k..vyszper. &M warktirad. ;
! LYNN SAYS .
: smoked meats such as bacon ham this ghost mining town has been .c&lie.taed 1 Mto tk io es. ; ; -
..
Save Work. Money Still sot
Time I .1
Steve.ei Is :
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With These Hints and sausage, dip a< cloth In vin- bought by the' Columbia Historic Caak 1S74 Use stone w girls= f
1Ii od., .
and around the meat Park I : .
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wrap
Lettuce leaves tossed Into soap egar Store In the refrigerator.Use Built association.-In 1861. the will ZUMBROTA. MILAN Another placed on. ridges. built Into a flat ...Tan t an!;.talc == taelnd.; \ "
schoolhouse
fat and give lea 'good old days"still piece of Iron.:
will absorb you fruit juices for soaking,, and be the remnant'"of the There Is a draft in the pUu. nlilt c I.. -- -
greasy soup to serve. Remove cornerstone upon which the Is in use here. The cook stove front of the stove and In the hearth .Mnrooa,aQ war*mo.OUr= ;
dried fruits. It wffl give boundaries et kwln. .-
cooking: of Columbia state park y or MaM r duordw an ; .
leaves as soon as they take up:fat wen which her parents purchased when which has a door for removal of tiBM bwmiac, Matty M too I.4ut .
them better flavor as as more will be based. It will be restoredand F ",
here In187s ashes. .
Before you broil bacon steaks or they began housekeeping
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prevents the meat from 'curling Cheese stays early-day school sys Secefflie. .Howe. Furthermore the its 71 years of service although wu&4Io Tfcry lis..kad BMT tka kaUMattrr .

when it is cooked. with a thin coating thee of butter before tem.This original stovepipe. which has aright hooks were welded on the stove lids 14 by< ltd B IHDOANSPILLS.Jknd ..l iee. : i : sask
in refrigerator. <
Bits of soap make nice jelly; whichIs being stored purchase was part of a campaign angle elbow Instead of the to. permit easier lifting. ... oe.sa.rt i .- ; -
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; should be ground and served historic buildings hi the old '
not be sliced ,
washing lingerie gloves- .boO and ta service. wife'to Zumbrota from Norway In' -:
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rt Iift UTILITIES AND THE. FARMER, methods of getting more oil products I has remained constant. Govern :SCHOOl!' ABOARD THE 'WISKYA < \ <11

J i1! out of each barrel of crude, ment workers have suffered-the
A feature article by Robert De ...
modest Increases granted -, "
and for. producing oil from sources salary ""
I San Francisco Chronicle I 1
%y Published every Friday by the Roos in the which so far have been untouched. them have not been nearly sufficient : ::t
-, Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeeehobee, casts an interesting sidelighton higher "
,; Never in history was so much oil to take care of the
',' t. Florida. industry is do- .".,
Okeechobee County, what the utility And the high-sal- .
... t needed as now-and never In his- cost of living.

; 'i BRYANT BOWDEN .........Editor ing to promote the most effectiveuse tory was so much knowledge ailed, people are hit so hard by
1' the farm. -
of electricity on to 1
money and sheer drive given to I taxes that they have muck less
farms use more electric -
! California
I producing itCompetition spend than in other simpler times.
.\ SUBSCRIPTION RATES power than any other area in

=: .4 One Year in advance ..,.....-$300 the world. There .are several rea- within the indus- The great current fear is that

:1 Six Months In advance ........ 1.50 for this-one of them being try is extremely keen, both In ob- we will have a depression with
sons
... ... 1-00
Kent.h. in advance +
Three the high crop yield in the state taining supplies of crude and in high prices. That has never hap-

which gives California farmers seeking public favor with readytouse pened in this country before. It

I Entered as' second class matter July more than an average .income. oil products. That in itself is has happened abroad and the results -

I, ,191(, at the Post Office in Okee- Another very Important treason has the best guarantee that the demand have been catastrophic. The
It; ehobee. Florida, tinder Act of March best minds In industry and gov-
.. been the complete cooperation will be met with a minimum -
It \ 8, 1879. which private electric companies of shortages-and that the ernment are working overtime tryIng -

in the state have given the farm price charged will be as low as to think of ways to prevent It.

i THE CURSE OF SOCIALISM er. current costs allow. Oil Isn't stand-

I It would be manifestly unjust to The rate charged the California ing !still. The whip of progress 1*

i : say that the Labor government farmer is low. And, in addition, keeping It on the run.

created England's great economic the principal utility has & very First Annual

problems. Those problem were liberal policy In extending Its Last winter It was pretty gen-

principally the result of the drains This is an expensive procedure Midsummer Sale of
lines. erally believed that what the economists -
and A class of Naval Reservists aboard the USS Wisconsin on a training
of war on British resources and many farmers couldn'tpay who have a language all cruise to Cristobal Canal Zone, listen to an instructor explain the draw Y-"-<

';; capital. However, it is undoubtedly for the facilities out of pocket. their own, call a "corrective re- South FloridaBrahman lug of certain electrical connections. The USS Wisconsin is making ef. ; -
that the Labor government'sbasic agreed to eral such Reserve cruises to refresh Reservists' previous training u.4 __
true So the electric company cession," would occur In the springor .- :
s socialization and to acquaint them with the latest developments in naval equipment and ; ,:
policy of extend lines and service equipmentto summer of 1947. This predictionwas Cattle technique. Reservists in the photo were among several hundred from "
I. regimentation of the country'sproductive any farm which would Install based on the theory 'that savings the Third. Fourth Fifth and Sixth Naval Districts and the Potomac

machine Is delaying nough electrical devices to payoff were dwindling, that resistance River Naval Command taking two weeks of active duty training afieat .
and sapping tne Other combat ships making similar cruises are the USS Oregon City
British cost through use .
recovery construction ,
the to high prices would force a
the USS Rochester and the USS Little Rock.
OSeitl Nary Pbtt.
Sale
Market
energies. State infi)
national of power, in 15 years.It downturn, that the great postwar

Socialism is the great destroyer Is not possible for utilities In spending orgy couldn't last thata Ring

l i of Initiative. It places all power Inf all states to do that-local needs more or less serious Increase in

t hands of bureaurata-and bureaucrats conditions and economics may bea
the the total of people unemployed was

t ; In England are of the limiting: factor. But what has Inevitable, and that some of the Arcadia, an A BIT OF SHOPPING IN PANAMA .
In the Calofirnia Is being
in
bureaucrats done
same kidney as been water had to be squeezed out of

United States or the Soviet Union. done to a large degree throughoutthe the economy. Aug. 15 :21
::: Their own interests come first. All nation. Today the principal ft'' e' -
Spring has passed and summer 1
the facilities of a swollen super- effort of the electric industry is

s J government are used to keep the being given to extending rural has come and these forecasts have !
.. \ proven close to 100 per cent wrong. Auction Begins at
Is national scale. I Iow
people In line. The Individual electrification on a
Prices are higher than ever, but 1 .
m.Admission
of on as rapidly p. Ir
lost In the red-tape a govern- Construction going
buying remains at very satisfactory r
ment which has its fingers In every as the needed supplies can be
Savings have declined and
levels.
phase of human activity. There Is bought from manufacturers. And, Free
war bonds: have been cashed, at a
little chance for Individual progress it should be emphasized, every
x :high rate. But there is plenty of
I and the rewards for work nickel of this is private capitaland -

and ambition are severely limited. not one cent comes from the money around, business profits are !'f
excellent, more than 60,000.000
; The Labor government came to taxpayers' pockets. L
people are employed, the stock -
1 power by promising that socialism Every worthwhile advance in
market has been showing signs of ;
\& would cure'England's economic! ills. the electrical field has been pioneered
new life, and labor's earnings have
But it has failed in every particu- and developed by private
I ... generally kept pace with price in-
coal mines the socialistic
lar. Socialization of the enterprise-not by
creases and in some instances, notably .. 1r
has not increased output nor bettered government authorities and boards
coal, have far outrun them.
the lot of the miners. Socialization !- and bureaus. Rural electrificationis
i The "recession" be
Just
: .. of finance has not strength- no exception to the rule. may
around the corner, but it certainlyisn't
ened England's. world credit posi-
here
yet.
tion. The threatened socializationof AND SOME WANT IT HERE Naval Reservists on a training cruise of the USS Wisconsin spend --- :

all British railroads and electric There are certain black spots in part of their liberty ashore In Colon Republic of Panama selecting ''"s'
The believers In the totalitarianstate presents for the folks back home. They are among 600 Reservists from _
utilities Is expected to cause more always argue that form of the picture. As an example, con- the Third, Fourth, and Ninth Naval Districts recalled t* active duly, _:

financial troubles-and to further government does the most to advance struction seems to be one place voluntarily, for two weeks of training! aboard the "Wlsky." The cruises c..
bureaucratize the country. And theovern.ment'8 where (resistance to high prices is give the Reserve sailors a chance to learn of the latest development ,
the 'Interests of the "com aboard this mighty warship. As a part of the Wisconsin cruises there
projected agricultural really holding spending to a min
-. mon man""They prate of produc- are two days of liberty In Panama for sightseeing and shopping. Many
'Wform"
bill has raised aft tion for use Instead of productionfor imum. Home construction is prac- of the'men bring back perfumes, lingerie alligator skin luggage wJa.U.shirts *"

i. norm of protest on the grounds the achieve- tically dormant-prospective build- summer suits and other items which are obtainable at prewar

: 1 that it would permit expropriation ments profit of dictatorship and point to In advancingthe ers are wary of starting, projects 1 prices. .... _._, _, J/JicI.J.NAr7! PbteCAIU ,

nf _property: and a policy! of dicta- whose estimated cost may be $10-
r'- standard of living of the work
1 lion toward farm owners and er. 000 or $12,000 and whose final

a _workers. cost may run well over 20000. On
In the light of that, some fig-
\ Socialism always: takes the same th'e.Russian the other hand, there Is a good
ures concerning economy
course. It exalts the office-holder deal of industrial construction going
are of Interest. In less thana
i find crushes the rest of the people. on, inflated prices notwith
; year, the price of black bread
r i \ Worst of all, when thoroughly entrenched standing. Many industries mpssi\ \
f :.: the staple item in the diet of the
E it becomes extremely sensitive expand, whether they want to or .
average Russian, has increased 240
i to ,criticism and In one way I .Ink' not in order to protect their com-
I per cent ) has gone tip 220 percent
or another stifles opposition. By ItsI' sugar' 196 per cent, butter 136 petitive position and fill their or CAR BUSINESS FOREST PRODUCTS
i very principles. It is the of ders.
enemy
per cent and beef 114 per cent"The
social freedom it Is k-v z'dDe4Ve'y
even as theenemy FJ
cost of clothing and all manufac- Retail sales go up and down
of economic freedom. The
a tured goods have also advanced within a narrow range but showno tiAILR0A08Eguc4cJr4s
object lesson which
; a socialized tremendously, and are usually un- signs of a serious decline. Exception '
;Europe is giving
us now should
; obtainable at any price. But in the to this is sales of luxury

make every American determined same period the wages of Russian goods, such as jewelry, which: are

t : toflreslst, its further Inroads here. workers have gone up only 25 percent well under last year. ..But'aU the Here a real time sav 11 %

staples, necessities and, semi-neti er. Whenever your car =<' -
MORE FOR THE
i MONEY. The "fortunate" Russians are cessities are finding a ready market needs a lubrication

= The retail situation seems to be not burdened with a free, com- oil change'tlre or battery

stabilising to a considerable extent petitive economy such as that in It might be expected that this service, Lust( give us a call. %
10
; and merchandising expertsare the United States. They don't have situation would result In a feel We'll come over for your -
s> f getting a clearer Idea of what to suffer along with !such typically ing of confidence in industrial, agricultural car. do the Job and -

t the consumer is demanding. capitalistic monstrosities as great and governmental cir-
brlng'lt back to youl
J ,First of all, there is a definite factories producing a growing cles. But it has not Many of the

accent on better quality, The public flood of consumer goods' -nor do economists are convinced that the JL. "U '. 4 0

is weary of the shoddy goods they have chain stores and Inde- country would be a lot better off BUIUOINO SUPPLIES

tA and the substitutes which had to pendent stores air comPeting with in the long run if the ..'r eS8lon"

be sold during and after the warbecause each other for consumer favor. In had occurred on schedule. They -'

v other goods were unob- Russia everything Is owned and fear that we may be heading to- ATLANTICPAUL p-

tainable. Buyers for the large controlled by the state, and the'. ward a major bust and a real economic i .

chains, and department stores have factories produce and the stores depression. Furthermore,I 1 Thousands of Florida merchants,'clerks and professional workers

examined manufacturers' lines sell only what the masterminds at the enormous, unprecedented I share in payrolls and purchases from Income produced by oar .

withjthe most meticulous care and the top think fit and proper. The amounts of money that are floatIng i ROBBINS forests and woodlands. Help stop destructive forest fires and la- _

,have refused to stock substandard result, according to a U. S. Depart- around are a poor indicator ot I crease your share of such income. ,

Items. This 1* of benefit to the ment of Labor survey Is that the prosperity these days. For instance, Distributor of

small merchant as well in that It living standards of American farm income this year will be ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH and

forces producers to offer Improved. workers are about 1,000 per cent close to three times what It was ATLANTIC PETROLEUM !

lines above those of their Russian coun- before the war. But the combination PRODUCTS. Advertise in The Okeeckota News ,

s There ;is consumer resistance to terparts. of Increased taxes, labor costs, Phone 118 Okeechobee, F1a.I .

Increasing prices. As an example Keep that In mind when you and feed and material prices has

many stores have reported that expensive hear the virtues of Communismand absorbed most of what otherwise

women's wear la moving other "isms" compared to the would have been profit. And the

;er ;' more slowly than 'In the past At vices of the competitive free enterprise factory worker whose pay is at a
,
x the same time the bulk of the system of production and high of $50 a week finds that It

i s .,=: consuming public seems to have distribution. buys only as much as $25 boughtIn

:r, ,realised,. even though reluctantly, 1940. ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS

{' that there is no way to achieve the WHIP OF PROGRESSMost Generally speaking, the price

Impossible, ideal of 1941 prices of us think that the "boom' outlook is for further increases.The .

z." : ; .' coupled with 1947 wages, taxes town" days of the oil industry end last boost given coal miners CONCRETE FOUNDATIONSFLOORS
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:':; ;_>!.' and other costs. It is only human ed many years ago, and that the will push up the price of steel

,. to want higher pay and lower Industry tan now take it easy and some $5 a ton. And when the priceof

.1" ?, prices. at the same time. but It supply the public's needs with'its steel goes up the price of a long WALKS, DRIVES ETC.

..> Just doesn't make economic sense present facilities.The list of manufactured goods must CONCRETE

-.. $J:. { : Retailers of all kinds and 'In all truth is that oil is engagedin follow. This will undoubtedly result _,' BLOCK BUILDINGS

; ::1. ; '" ,th*,.basic I fields have done an excellent a tremendous,and dramatic race In new wage demands by other

., --t::". ,. job In serving the consumer to bring output'up to the enormous groups of worker If those demands Mixed and Roured
Job
:t1J: ; ie4et'difficult_ and often unpredic- civilian demand that came after are granted, 'prices, will on Site:
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a-. ; 1 ''. '<%f< oj i":;;. the price problem with all The geologists and wild-cattera goes in the wage-price aplra.Lgreat

4, ; :-::: {: "dons, they possess, and are searching for new oil reserves A many people have not D. H.
-' WALKERP.
_. <'1 '. :responsible for limiting in every corner' of this country shared In the fruits of the post

7- ;' ', ...5:=: .lei much as possible. and In long list of foreign countries war boom and are In 'a much O. "
BOX
:: }::-'Cx,: improved. and broaden. ,as 'welL As rapidly as the worse economic position than In 1145
117ft -
F & The American necessary 'materials can be bought; prewar days. t'eople'U\rtng'on\ fixed FORT PIERCE, FLA.

.-r.Y the depreciated they are sinking new wells and incomes have of course,_taken the I HONE211., '

;- .r-'iJ" ., :.to. = his money rgln.gthelr refineries.'The lab- worst. beating of -their pars I i

on.earth. oratory technicians are seeking new chasing power has been cut by hilt_ .'.. .-, _

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Mr. and Mrs. Horace Watford Sr. CARD OF THANKS (Continued from Page 1) "

pent. last.week-end in DeLand vis- 3- _____ CFIEITh
: to use his head to whether he has
I Social & Personal ling .Mrs. Lulu Culbreth and Miss ro our many friends in Okeecho- enough time after hours for sleep

Virginia Lee CulbrethMies .. bee i>> : rest and recreation. It brings out ".._ _-"' ..r.-. .. .... -.4..4 5i,--,

I want to thank yon for your :
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employe reaction about supervisors FOR SALE-17 foot boat equipped
Sadie Prescott of Kissim- nany prayers kind words and so I
pay scales company policiesand with nine Horsepower Wisconsin -
Mr and Mrs. J. K. Brantley of Sheriff and Mrs. N. O. Stewart mee, Fla is spending several days many beautiful flowers. Also the details of working conditions. Inboard Motor. In use four

Cincinnati Ohio, are spending I I have received a- letter from their here visiting!! with.her grandmother alee plates of good food brought "The survey," aid.. Smith months. Price $%50.00. HOWARD
Mrs. ind sent to me during three
this week visiting their aunt, Mrs. son Don, in which he states that John Brett. my "makes it safe and easy for an LIGHTSEY RL 1, box 14, Okee
weeks of illness.I .
Nora Bachand here. he is again in. the United States employe to speak his mind-a sort chobee

after many months spent in Ger- J. H. Walker, Jr., and son Jerry am now able to walk around of free speech? in industry-and
In the house and God's FOR RENT Unfurnished
expect by apart
many and other European coun- spent last weekendvisiting with past surveys have helped us tremendously Jj
Mrs. Allen Markham and daughter his daughter and son-in-law Mr. help! to soon be out again. May God ments. Lights and water. Price
tries. He has been in the Navy both in Improvingx our
left yesterday for Fort :"ValleyGa -, bless .OO week. MRS. JOHN
and each one of you and reward $ per
Mrs. Morris Barnett of Ft.
for the past four and took employe relations and our serviceto
where they will join Mr., Mark- : years times RAULERSON South Okeecho
Ogden, Fla. von many for each kind word the ,
public.
part in the invasion of France and
ham. They will go on from that spoken. bee. F
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later moved on into Germany. He
place to Pennsylvania and Virgin- Mrs. Henry Walker and Miss Our ministers of the different Man must be disappointed with
expects: : to be discharged from the
A Indication of the Interest
startling
where they expect: : to spend two the
la Navy soon. Gladys Seville are spending several I churches: were exceedingly nice. I lesser things of life before he

weeks vacationing before returningto days this week visiting with wish to say again thanks. can comprehend the full value of of oil operator in Floridawas

their home here. MP. and Mrs. P. P. Evaas and relatives and friends in Miami. R. L. MIXON. Okeechobee the greater evidenced when the Florida

children returned to their home Bulwer-Lytton. Railroad and Public Utilities Commission -
Mrs. Z. K. Williams and children
Miss Betty Hough arrived home here last Friday after spending All good that ever was written, announced that seven Texas -

this week and .la upending a few several weeks in North Carolinaand Grace Wanda Sue, Mary Helen taught or wrought comes from God Real Joy comes not from ease or oil operators have requested

and Betty accompanied by Miss and human faith in the right. riches or from the praise of men,
days bere-w th her parents, Mr. other places of interest. tracking, permits to transfer oil
and Mrs. Neil Hough before re- Paula Burdeshaw left Monday for -Mary Baker Eddy. but from doing something worth drill equipment from Texas to Flor
North Carolina where they plan to while.
turning to. school at Mount Verde. Carl Hoffman continues to Im- ida.
spend two weeks vacation. Mrs.
prove in the Fort Pierce Hospital Speeding through the town and
Williams mother Mrs. Whidden
where he is being treated for burns traffic accidents have caused the
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth accompanied them to Jacksonville. ._ __ u I. . . .
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he received here two weeks ago city council or ferry to establish a -
left yesterday for Fort Valley Ga.,
and while he will remain in the speed limit of 20 miles hour
Mr. and Mns. Leonard Bergerare an
where they will join Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Markham: for a short vaca- hospital several more weeks he is vacationing in Miami Beach for through the community, and signs BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL

now considered out of danger. several days. warning motorists that It will be
tion. From Georgia they will go tot
enforced are being erected. '
Virginia where they will spend a
few days before returning, to their Mrs. J. T. Hancock returned to Mrs. R. E. Link returned home =DIRECTOR Y_

homes here. her home here last week after Monday afternoon after spending Although he has not yet officially -

,1'., spending a month in Baltimore; several weeks vacation in New announced, Grady Burton attorney ,

t .' Mr. and' Mrs. C. D. Harden left Md., where she underwent medical York state visiting with her daughter of Wauchula, is beating the t

... the first of the week for Jacksonville treatment. She expects to returnto and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. bushes as a candidate for the of-

I from where they went on to that city next week where she Casey. She also visited her son. and fice of" Attorney General. Burtonis IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BURGESS

North Carolina where they will will again be- under treatment for daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Har- expected to formally announceIn Electric Saws :'"- Electric Drills
Bench Saws Grinders
!spend two weeks among the _mountains. another month. old Link of New York State before the next week or so. Welders 10" Lathe

From North Carolina they returning to her home here. Hand Tools Pumps Supply Co.FEEDGRAINHAY

will go to Mr. Hardens old borne The Dyer family ,are: making Merging of the world's two largest 12" Radial Arm Saw .
Mrs. Omar Hunt and children
In Alabama where they will spenda plans to move back to Okeechobeesoon Christian, youth groups, "The CLARK J, SMITH ;

few days visiting relatives and aa Mr. Dyer's work will be Ronnie Merle and Danny spent International Society of Christian Sales Rentals -- Service [ I
friends. near here. last week-end in Lakeland visiting Endeavor" and ""The'United Chris-
with Mrs. Hunt's parents Mr. and 209 Okeechobee Road
tian Youth Movement" Into a new BABY CHICKS ;
Mrs. Fentriss. Ph. 20276 West Palm Beach
Miss Carolyn.Freedlund of) .Belle Miss Mary Swain who la at- united youth organization is being

Glade is spending several< days tending the Tampa College of Cos considered by a joint committee Tues. and Fri. t
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Bass and
here visiting Miss ,Polly Green- metalogy spent last week-end in representing both groups. tI
son Tom spent last week-end in 1 -
berger. Okeechobee with her parents Mr.
Okeechobee visiting relativesand JAMES' ..
: with
and Mrs. S. M.;Swain. Fahokee State Farmers Market i

Principal Joel Nally and J. II. friends: in one of the areas suffering heavily Typewriter & Supply FORU

Bible spent ,several days last weekin Mrs. Gordon' Loller and Mrs. use Sarah Howell returned to from cold and excessive rainfall BALES SERVICn S Tires

Gainesville attending a meeting Leon Eiseman spent Monday in her home in Ft. Meade Monday had sales totaling $2,163,897.84 Pa,roil Products ; 1\

being held for principals and teach- West Palm Beach attending a Red after spending a week visiting this year, as compared with 92- New Typewriters and Adding Ford Psrtt r

ers all over the state. Cross meeting there. with the Alvin Sweatts. Miss An- .22,151.75 last year. Machines I

_.,......,...,...._...-,-'"7......."1', 1' ""'" l' "' "'1'1''t''t'- ''-1''t''t'- '- na Jane Evans accompanied' Miss Immediate Delivery Service {T
Howell home where she will spend The Pompano State Farmers' SEE : 1

IN BUYING PROPERTYOR I I several days visiting the Howells larket-for some years the largestin PHONE 1009 OKEECHOBEE 1 '

I in Ft. Meade. business volume for the Florida 103 ATLANTIC AVENUE MOTOR CO. \

system-showed a gain of better FT. PIERCE FLORIDA SALES SERVICEP { ,n

INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BESdRE Carter Howell spent Monday afternoon than one and a halt million dollars O BOX 471 PHONE 44 I

THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE in Okeechobee visiting during the last fiscal year. I.q
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with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves -
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
and other friends. Five solid carloads of ramie fibre titi -.,-

the largest single shIpmentIn PHILeOAUTHORIZED :

Okeechobee Abstract Company There never was found in any the history of the United States Burney ,Kelz ,

age of the world, either religion was recently loaded on the FEC FO '
e7I1'I
J. L BARBER, Manager or law that did so highly exalt the Railway at Canal Point for exportto

public good as the Bible. : Switzerland. The record shipment .. Denmark's
ai- = = WH4,
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-Bacon.
Newport
was made by Indus-

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fieiT littlejoki Moves .War-Surplus Five solid carloads of 'ramie fibre ULMER EZELL
Phone 115 J. K. Case, Mgr.
the largest single shipment in ,

I. the: history of the United States i i iI

SOUTHERNER. BREAKS LOGJAMWAA'S was recently loaded on the FSC iI I I

Railway at Canal Point for exportto -
Switzerland The record shipment Atlantic Service Sta.
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How a native Southerner Paul D. RobbIns i
Robert M. LUtlejohn, broke BOSS I IG" to determine what use of the was made by Newport Indus- Owner East SidePackage I

the log-jam that was holding up properties would bring the tries, Inc, Wrecker Service
ales ofwar surplus propertyand greatest benefits to the areas \
in less than twelve short where they are located and has 24 Hours a Day
months initiated a program as been guided accordingly in The American Legion'will hold EXIDE BATTERIESLEE Store I

.... Administrator of War Assets making awards. a special meeting for all Posts and TIRES
Administration that brought in Auxiliaries In the 2nd District at
Under the guidance of F. L.
$1,900,000,000 to the U. S.Treasury GAS-OILCREASINGTWIN Liquors Wines Cordials I
MeGinnis Deputy Zone Admin- Wakulla Springs August 23 where
'disclosed in a report i 1.
was OAKS
issued this week at Atlanta."It istrator for Real Property one they will be guests of the Wakulla
hundred and sixty-one major EAST OKEECnOBEE
All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE _
County American Legion Post 114
should be gratifying to the war plants and military installations STATE ROAD NO. 8
American public" said W. C. in the Southeasternstates FLA. -

Wallace Zone U WAA Adminis- for which the Govern- The Chamber of Commerce of PHONE 103-1

trator,'Atlanta in commentingon :;& -u ment originally paid $187,484- Perry, Florida, Is making an effort .
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the agency's record during the 144 were sold during the three
put year under direction of Gen- -. months ended on June 30, 1947 to have a road constructed be- 1I I

eral Ltttlejohn "that of 35 billion Wallace said. tween Perry and Wakulla Springs. ParkPackage O. K. GARAGE '
dollars of Government property Government property valuedat This will enable travelers'' from North
!
left over from World War & MACHINE SER.
millions of dollarsmachinetools South and East
dollars to reach this famous -
18 billion
II, approximately worth has already been soldto scientific equipment, com- beauty spot without havingto Store DODGE &.PLYMOUTH ;
plete buildings, plumbing air Sale A Service
industry and bus :
veterans, go through Tallahassee.A .
kinds
all
conditioning equipment ...
ness. 2. .*Wreck Series i
of radar and electrical outfits- Liquors man Cordials
In the six Southeastern states ,.. Ltttl have been made available to recent report of the Children Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.12 or 133Danlop ,

_Alabama Georgia, Florida schools and other non-profit institutions Home Society of Florida shows Next Door To All Night Tires A Tube 1 1Can.
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Tennessee North Carolina and throughout the Southeast -
South Carolina-War Assets Administration porters-in fact,nearly an typesof ,-as well as the rest of the that %,OOO children have been Station Electric Appliances

from August 1. businesses-profitably can Nation at very low cost the cared for by the organization dur- PHONE 153 Store, Refrigerators Water
1946 to July 1,' 1947, disposed ofproperty deal with Customer Service Zone Administrator said. ing the 40 years of its existence. I Heaters \

valued at $383,501,000.avail- Centers. War :Assets has been of ma- During the past year the Society I We Service Them AH" '

acquisition cost from hand an of $575- "Here In the Southeast said terial aid to veterans of World < under the able direction of Marcus !
able inventory on Wallace, WAA's Real Property War II, Wallace stated pointing <
Inven- Fagg. cared, for .
834.000.lea'ring a present 1,400 children in .
Division has done much toward out that it has assisted many ".
tory of $192,333,000. Wallace future development of this whole thousands to obtain automobiles, distress and need.S. SONS
declared. Region Before selling war trucks, bakery and bottling WE SPECIALIZEIn I I

"Customer Service Centers- plants and military installations, equipment,etc,needed to go into F. Osteen, who was bora In ALGliiShti
and there are 22 In' he South- it-has made methodical surveys business, all at reasonable coats. Trenton Florida Curing and
and
entered the 9
east-are among the most prom- Meats That Good Golf CM.
ising means developed by General ser lce of the Seaboard Airline Smoking

Littlejohn for selling surplus Railroad In Tampa in 1930 as a GULF PRIDE OIL j
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property," said the Zone A GREENSBORO switchman has been appointed Assistant Also wholesale and )

Administrator. It KNOXVILLE CNARIOTTE Superintendent of the 'SAL Retail Cuts. ALTO'SHOTEL 'f I

They provide a one- top serv- A Iaas CHATTANOOGA Virginia Division and will make ': .
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f lacing his shoes when Young entered its members rather than a test for AncientTemple Is SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
held out his hand and in a top- ieht pros. It did boast however -

MONEY voice loud enough to carry said: ; one hole the thirteenth which
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fI "Good hick Merrit." would try the skin of'the world'sbest. Unearthed ,in Egypt ZJ-avorite With lA/ot

MAN Lane promptly acknowledged and Many Midvale members had /-Perennial

I ,'. returned the wish in kind but protested this hole but the terrain

i. ,. By thought "Stfll playing.. to the gal was such that the committee could Believed to Have Been Built ? ( & L

f lery." do little about changing it-Two hun In Honor of God HorusCAIAOProf..Cbarles JJjt.7illin7 Brno on c, :

t ", There was quite a crowd at the dred and fifty yards from the tee.
<" ;;f: first tee and for the first time Lane just far enough to catch the duffer'ssecond Montet of
:, -i\ felt a bit squeamish in the stomach.On .
>f or third the fairway ended
: .' :- ,I : ", the tee itself he saw young and dropped abruptly into a gully University of Strasbourg and chief

_; \ I rr'd LANE MERRIT there was, Willie Hopper waiting with his about fifty feet deep. This gully of the archeological mission at Tan- apmVr'
is reported
:i+' ;. more than the title of club golf clubs; young Willie freckled-faced with excellent turf stretched approximately is in the Egyptian delta remains of yet I :
found the
.. '. ": f ., ;.. champion at stake in today's match snub-nosed and hardly a dandy in hundred yards along to have ancient temple. |

,.. -very much more indeed. There his well-worn denim pants and the bottom before the start of the another of the remains was
if .. ; J was. for instance, the need to wipe khaki shirt; Willie loyal and capable rise back to the second section cf Unearthing according w '
M \ i out this Donald Young's attempt to at his job-the thought made fairway. completely unexpected the
issued by Egyptian ,
-\ humiliate Lane the evening before Lane feel better. He caught a Arriving at the thirteenth. Lane the report of antiquities -

,.,, :..' ", after the semi-finals, when he called glimpse of Kay ,standing in the still retained his one up lead of the government department auspices MontetIs
under whose
i across ,the club, dining room: "How crowd well back of the tee. Lane morning round. He had played the Tanis excavations.The .
working
y- t, about a little bet on the match tomorrow waved she smiled and waved back steady golf and two or three timeshe to have
believed
: : ; Merit Say.'$5,0000r so?'. in encouragement he hoped. had fought off brilliant play by been built temple In honor is of the god Horus.It 1 j :

4, j : It was a deliberate and Lanethought They drove off. straight and far. Young which threatened his slender is 187 feet long and 141 wide but _
cheap try to embarrass
vandals during the centuries have
i 'i I him. for Young, and the others and destroyed what
ransacked
:
s; knew Lane didn't have 5000. Old
might have been priceless objects.
i Pop Weller. sitting with Lane had Roof walls and columns have dis-
glanced at him to see how he was
appeared.
taking it. He hesitated and then
f small
Under the cornerstone ,
j called to, Young: "111 take that ?: wI bronze andemlprecious
plates of gold silver
.
; ; $5,000 bet And the 'so' can be anything .a rw stones were found.
want to make m"! Lane t
t you found
Two[ of those hoards were
td t ,#; had looked appealingly at Pop and a g;
; completely intact as they had been 1
u pleaded: "Don't do it, Mr. Weller.
while
,I left 3,000 or more years ago
; But Pop snorted: "It's about time
j there was evidence of three more
j that_show-off was taken down a peg It 'kf hoards. .

I or two." Under the circumstances \ Montet and his staff scrutinizedevery :.
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there was nothing for Young to do f; :
t object,, every scrap in the re- h
) s but accept the bet. but Lane sensed 4J.
clue
mains in the hope of finding a
be wasn't too keen about it.
leading to discovery of the date of
f ; And then most important of an. the temple and by whom it was ; ; e :34.41
i : there tot "_ .L ....
was Kay Cawley. Now. up built. They searched in vain, and : : :
a few months before to the Cawley
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unless the land yields further secrets
: and Merrit families and. naturally. the mystery will remain. 11E1 __Diagonal Scalloped Closing
1.1 ; Kay and Lane. the. future was definitely designed to flattUri
the EXPERTLY
Montet has been working on
settled for these two. Then .,. 17. 1J \
RY. Tanis area for 15 years. He startedin larger figure, this wen
'f. Young. .entered the picture with his 1929 with a theory that some- Is ting afSrnoon dress has a wealth:

flashy man-of-the-world ,manners, where in the Nile delta near Lake 14-46 of charm. The diagonal closing is]

,} clothes and swank car. And he proceeded Menzaleh there should be the remains edged in scallops softly ruffled:

I to give Kay the rush'of that of a great ancient Egyptian Popular ShlrtwalsterA the' smooth skirt has an' interest!

young lady's life. Lane was hurt civilization. It was only in 1939 that J CASUAL neatly tailored shirt- ing
but somehow it all seemed so right. he finally discovered the first signs waister-popular the countryover. "..

1 : Not that he blamed Kay. She was that were to prove him right. Brief cap-sleeves make it Pattern No. 8149 comes in sizes 34. 3RD
38. 40. 42. 44. 48 and 48. Size 38. 3"
and with M yans
pretty, bubbling
E young With the war further investigation cool and comfortable the simple of 39-inch.
enthusiasm for life. She deserved I had to but he back I gored skirt is easily and
i [ I stop was again quickly
He
and hit hard and clean. '
ldulation and also the good times i swung : SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN
DOT.
in 194.4 and yearly he has producednew put together., It will be handsomein
t : ; that Lan Just making his start 530 South Wells sc Cfeiet T.' Q. .
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with Young's ball few lead. and,priceless discoveries from almost any, fabric. Enclose 25 cents la
was unable to provide. In fact, with stopping a On the tee Lane debated the coins for sack .
; out his father's help, he ,would have yards out in front. They halved the advisability of blasting for the gullyor the extensive area he is digging."a Pattern No. 1817 Is for sizes 14. 18, II, pattern desired. ;
y : sad to relinquish his membership in first hole In par figures and that's playing it safe. He decided on the ; 40, 42. 44 and.45. Size 18, 3T. yards of Pattern No ***: _
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the Midvale Country ,Club. At best the way it went until the seventh latter much to Willie Hopper's vis- or 39-Inch. Nam- ': ,_
when Lane rolled in a long curling ible disapproval. Stoves Spouting Water
t# it would be two or ,more years be- Willie reluctantly
fore be could rightly ask Kay to set putt for a par to Young's bogie five handed over the requested spoon Make Housewives Gasp ?hhhhFhhhhhhh rhI 1 Address"C

the wedding date. to go one up. Lane 'held'that lead and ambled off toward the brink of ? ASME ? *"
until the twelfth when Young the gully. Lane DERBY CONN. Startled ?
At breakfast Lane gave thought to hitting first 7 ?
his problems. lIe wanted to win for birdied the short hole after his'iron stepped to the tee; the murmuringof housewives rubbed their eyes ? ANOTHER ?

l his own sake; he wanted to taste shot from the tee had stopped a the gallery ceased. He swung and disbelievingly and thought theiwere ? 3

be sweetness of victory over that scant foot from the cup. Lane went hit. hard and clean. The ball car- seeing things. | A General Quiz | -

; blow-hard. Young; ,he wanted towin one up again at the seventeenth ried fairly straight as far as the They felt'better later when officials hhFhhhhhhhhhhFhFFFhThe LXriiY

for Pop Weller, fine sport, when Young's second found a deep two-hundred-yard marker and then explained that a heavy
trap off the green. And that's how hooked road building machine had Questions
gentleman and friend that be was; sharply downward and to
i and most of all. he wanted to win the morning round ended. the left. Two long bounces and it mashed two pipes together.That's 1. What happens to a patent

'f j back Kay. Of course winning a golf Gallery and players trooped into disappeared into the heavy rough. why water was spout- when it expires?

/ match wouldn't be enough for this the club dining room for lunch. The Willie on the other side of the ing from gas stoves. 2. Is it difficult to hunt the

? last,, but It might help. big room was noisy with the clatterof fairway, groaned as he hurried spruce grouse? .

ti t Lane arrived at the club a good dishes and the chatter at the across to locate the ball A memberof Danish Lieutenant 3. What year saw the rise of the

f 1 half hour before the time set for the tables as shots of the round were the gallery pointed deep in ,to'a Bogus ( Maya civilization in Mexico?

i :, start of the finals and,as he drove talked over and replayed. Fop ,tiny white speck at the base of a Really Is a Jobless Girl 4. What was the total yield of
I his modest coupe into the grounds Weller sat with Lane. "You played small tree. Willie glanced hurriedly COPENHAGEN DENMARK. ,' the Comstock Lode mine?

.oe saw Young .on the practice tee. fine golf my boy but I think, on one I at the ball his heart sinking and The average woman's'suppressed 5. Which state has the most fer-

"Mmmm-m" he thought,, "the guy or two occasions a little too safe. took ,up his position nearby It wasa desire to boss a regiment was gratified tile soil?
can't be ,too confident." Don't lei my bet disturb you. Lane. 6. Was
i bad break and, be was puzzled for a 22-year-o1d Danish house- there a forge at Valley
As he made his way through the Win. lose or draw the dickens withit. that the ball had bounded so deeply maid. Forge in Washington's time

': Locker room to his alley Lane was It doesn't mean a thing to me. into the rough.Meanwhile She turned 7. Do snakes have ears? t L-
nailed from all except the satisfaction I'll whenI up suddenly at the Hol-
sides with "goodluck" get 8. How far are we from Mars?
Young's back garrison
drive near Copenhagen in
a tremendous
i wishes. collect it from that phony." -
Strangely he felt 9. Where did coffee
clout had carried the first the uniform of a lieutenant, but with originallycome
none of the excitement which At two the second round started. from? "'
fairway and
gained momentum skirts Instead of trousers.
\ seemed to fin ,the room. He'knew' Now Midvale was ho heartbreaking hit the downhill roll of the gully sIt The "lieutenant" began her ca- 10. Is there more sickness among "Gosh! I wish we cowW hove
.. that besides Pop Welter's large bet course. Tough enough and long urban or rural people?
rolling almost to with
the
very center. reer a rigid inspection of the
t much money had been wagered'onthe enough but an intelligent golf com- He walked with Lane the gallery toldiers meals the kitchens andto new piston ri gsl"
outcome of the match., mittee had pointed to make it interesting
The
He dressed leisurely and be was and suitable to the games ofr trailing tee, down' the fairway from the. food storerooms, keeping the soldiers -Answers Old horses stay old. But old engines, ;:..

: jumping with her: sharp com- 1. It becomes public that smoke and burn oil and"Wasta .
i Lan!'! wpnt. fntn fha.. ...."..'.......'" __..., mands. property. '-
---- --- --- .6" auu 2. No at times it is possible to power can be made young again with..;:
e glanced down at the ball Willie Her army service came to an end .
was approach and catch it with
bare Sealed Power Piston Rings.There'sirSealed :;
guarding. It was partqburied., its when a captain summoned police hands.
4 markings completely hidden. It who arrested the girL She confessed Power Piston Ring Set specifJicaHy
was 3. In 500 B. C.
I ,I CROSSWORD PUZZLE J almost an unplayable lie and Lane the was out of work and decided to 4. More than 340000000. engineered to do the best puss=

Fi'Fi'i r' berating himself for the error inplaying fulfill her=desire by the impersonation 5. Iowa, which has about one- sible job in your car,truck or tractor J

safe had about decided the purchasing a uniform in a Copenhagen fourth of all the first class farm- engine whatever the make zaodef'for :

horizontal best thing to do was to try to cut it store. land in the country. cylinder wear condition.See you*'

I adUU.a to Ned...... out to the fairway. 6. Yes and it was used by Sealed Power Franchise Dealer.Save.,:'"
1 Certificate Just then someone called:"Here's After Age 35, Gnaw Meat to Washington and his men. oil, save gas restore power! '-::-

; 6 To discharge 1 1 S a ball. Lane. Looks like yours!" Save Teeth Doctor Advises 7. Yes, under the skin of their
j' 11 To escort 4 S 6 1 S 9 10 Jim Meredith refereeing the match heads. Send a postal for illustrated S... '
12 To long- walked to the second ball. It was BOSTON.-If you're over 35 and 8. The minimum distance is ,informative new ?
'. 14 Invisible 11 but a few feet in off the fairway IOU want to save your teeth throwaway 35,000,000 miles. bookfetoo7waystosave ,

t 1STo emanation value sitting up pretty as you please on a your knives and forks. 9. From< Ethiopia. oil.UTe you It's lot free of and money.may

; hlghl1 14 LS 16 17 small tuft of grass, its markings That's the advice of Dr. Charles 10. Those who live on farms have Sealed Power CorpL, 4

17 Not any clearly visible. Meredith ruled it H. M. Williams of University of three times as many cases of typhoid Dept. W 7, MiukegonMich... -

18 To entangle la 19. =p was Lane's ball and Lane with a Toronto who believes that tearing twice the diphtheria death

18 Summit quick glance at the perfect lie. se Into meats with your teeth is much rate, an infant death rate one- INDIVIDUALLY
+ 20 Girrs name Il 22 lected his brassie and sent the ball better than cutting the edibles into fourth higher a maternal death
21 Symbol for ZJ sailing over, the gully and well onto :dainty bits before chewing them. rate one-third higher. ENGINEERED

22Eeum t4 the second section of the fairway. It Once the average adult has
i was a perfect shot passed the 35-year
23 Witnuses and the gallery milestone he is

24 IndIan gasped.As in as much danger of losing teeth Washington D. c.-June 23, 1947 ,.
27
mulberry 26 soon as Lane had hit Young from infections and gum diseases -Bubble Gum is not to blame for .x

25 Unique t9 walked up to Meredith. "I ,protest as through decay and accidents, Dr. junior's upset stomachs or any of
:6 Brief )1 32 Ut that ruling" he said. "How do you Williams told the Massachusetts his other pains except maybe ach

n Weak know that was the ball Merrit hit Dental society. ing jaws the Food and Drug Ad-

29 28 To Husk twirl 14 $ f from the tee? It could have been The only thing most people use ministration said today.: Adv.)

31 SOon dropped there: I insist on examin their front teeth for now; he said
32 PreposJUoa 31 36 39 lag that other ban by the tree. I'm is smiling and biting, into' apples-
and that's .
? sure it's a mistake.
Merrit's
34 Ottoman ball because from r -
35TraI' 40 41 42 the tee. I watched it bounce into through e Table manners and soft diet work ,
38 Note of"scale a lot of havoc in American Look..How
toward that tree! His face mouths Main Sfrf
31 Crude metal' was white and set his voice be added, and a little jaw exercise .
'r 38 To the'left shaky would do
a lot of
as the import good.
of his words
; 39 To taste suddenly Has Grown !
47 struck him."That's ,
.0- f 40 Hypothetical
force your privilege" Meredith Mother Views Body of Son, Y.c

', 41 In a directionfrom answered. He went over to the tree Dies Few Minutes Later
pole to and lifted the half buried ban. '
pole No.2J carrying it back to Young. "See ATLANTA. Mrs. Susan ,Alice ,
i t2 Genus ofsucculent McCorkle. 70. of Tampa '
"" he said t'l a Falcon and died a few
8 Numeral 33 Indian tent U Igorot you minutes after viewing '
town know the make ban Merrit is the body at
plants 8 Colloquial: 3s Backbone division ing.With play her son and observing. .'I'. too'much
43 Flat plate 'to approve 38 bopping 42 To perform that he walked off. for me. I
j want' to
with
of metal 10 To otter tools 44 Land Pop Weller who had seen and Mm" go .
s5 Tar 11 po1p1esfan 39 Narrow measure heard muttered to the man next to Mrs. McCorkle
e1 Eaten away Wand group opening 48 Eleven him. There goes your ban was here for the"
; gamel"And funeral of Dr. Robert L. McCorkle ,
E U ColloquIal: to 13 CQUOQUial to ,; i
.F J the ball game went Young who was electrocuted
duplicate criticize' in
aasw.s a Pu N....r IS dubbed his second an auto
', severely completely: the accident near Gaffney. S. C Dr.'
", ti VerUGaI' 11 White frost -- .-f-., ., ban missing the top of the'ruBy and McCorkle survived the crash of his
18 Lower part PAD A cI rotting back to rest half way up the ear into a pole. He was killed when
i SUdden of the leg Y R A I v slope. He stood watching the ball ha sought to re-enter the A }
= violent lUSt :0 Lo period P S R U C O H I L I for a few seconds then his nerves 733,000-volt power line had car. ,

of, wind of time AS a s r L breaking slammed the dub heavily dropped upon it by the been n
1- .2.Rudely :2 Van r o r 8 3 1 R v Y s into the turf. impact. i
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:; concise 23 To gleam H A 7 DIN Yes
5 i you've
guessed
it.
., Lane won Proud of His 1911 l
S Inlet 2t1 Pastime the Auto
E R L E I I N E match. Best of an. ,
Kay rushed
M ;[,,,;{ $_ "Symbol tor'' Unmixed Y t r A c R onto the sixteenth Speeder Pays Fine
; '.' Iridium Becama... green where the ., Gladly'
a i a ll o 0 u a match had ended
{ a Hot to congratulate BOISE. IDAHO.-;John
"- < ,,-SY. : R a y 0 A'F Lane and-right Bringham t _
: .Breed of 29 Postangledrlt.: smack in sight'of has happily paid his <
$10
f : \ t}}" T laeaY7 draft 30 Banier.to be that large audience threw her speeding.- Ha said he just fine for 'j Part of Dollar
didn' Every Y
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3 -' 1'_ ".", i ? around his neck and kissed > *
think the old -
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32 Melodious .. He was arrested for. driving bins : ';C. .
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And much to Pop ... Frame".. Tri liil
Weller'delight I4
g. 1911 Peerless 40 miles .
': fJr ,1..... iDltrumeDtal pda tat an hour in a ,:-'- -'- .
Young's $$.000 check_ 30-mile uTHE :: ,;. -
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,. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, August 8, 1947'
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION described .and haying named therein JfOTb reclaxnatioB and far, road,,_nts*-... ', -
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AviationIndustries
\Vootten --, FOR TAX DEED certain persons a* known bY name to OKEECHOBEB: COUNTY FLORIDA I will be' reserved by the BIQt.tit' ;r

I"" Inc of Orlando, is the successor I Notice" la hereby given that O. L- them the said Plaintiffs but a. not JULY 13. 1947.NOTICB Commissioner of Everglade DNS :,
Raalerson the holder of the following known by them the said Plaintiffs, IS HEREBY OIYKX thai age District.D.se,4 -"
says Branchof certificates has filed said are dead or alive .tt.. .,
Y.iC"Vet organization to the Florida certificates whether such person pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter : Lot 8. Bock 2. Southern
for a tax deed to. be Issued thereon. and a* believed by thftn. the sold 18296.' Laws of Florid. lets of 193T Pines
the Beech Aircraft Corporation The certificate number and years of Plaintiffs If living, to be Interested known as the MURPHY ACT. and la TRUSTEES OF THE IN'f8
issuance the description of the frop- ia said property, and. If dead to have pursuance of Chapter 20038, Laws of NAL IMPROVEMENT F! ?_?,
I Ir J su e,YOU CAN GET and sires Florida>> another million ertr.: and the names la which it waa been interested therein; Florida. Act of 1941. known aa the OF IDA.THE STATE OF FLOE..
assessed are as follow: And having made all persons having EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRIct -
r : 1 GI' INSURANCE NOW dollar aviation Industry.The Certificate No. 32. Year of Issuance, I or claiming any interest la the above ACT. the following describedland BOARD OP EVERGLADES OP COMMISSIONS *,
\ I described land parties defendant to the situated la Everglade Drainage AGE DISTRICT DRAfit
; f EVEN THOUGH YOU NEVER Flori- Description of. property: said Bill of Complaint: District in Okeechobee County, Florida Mabel
In By B.iero.a
value of all farms Beg 806ft. South of center See. 29. And having demanded from the Clerkof will be offered for sate at public Sheffield.
i for
HAD It WHILE. IN SERVICE da has grown from a total of 542, run S 209 ft. W 209 ft. N 209 ft. E Circuit Court of Okeechobee County outcry for the highest and beat cash Improvement Trustee of. tho UtSiaal
JW ft. Sec 29, TS 37? Rge 35 Contain- Florida., the making of an order requiring bid. subject to the right of the Trua- for Board of Fund act
: 763,048 In 1900 tto $515,215,000 In ing One acre. such persons and parties to tees of the Internal ImprovementFund of Everglades CoBBiaatoam ,

1945 according to figures recently Name in which assessed J. R. Hud appear to the Bill of Complaint upona and of the Board of Commissioner arid. Okeechobeo Drainage DJ.
day ,not less than twenty-eight days of Everglade Drainage District Florda county,
I I Ii released by the Florida Vegettable son.All of said property being tn the nor more than sixty days from the to reject any and all bid, at tIN
County. of 'Okeechobee, State of Flori' date of the making of aaid order: Courthouse. beginning at 10:00
i ; Committee. :' IT IS. THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat o'clock A. }[. on the 18th day of August .
tt da.Unless such certificate or certificate each and every of the Defendants 1917. A* to all parcel of landof
i < CIRCUIT COURT OF THE shall be redeemed according to law. above named designated and specified ten acre or more title to one-half STOPS
THE
t IN CIRCUIT OFLORIDA the property described tn inch certificate are hereby required to appear hereinto I of petroleum and three-fourth of 666
NINTH JUDICIAL certificate will Bill of Complaint other mineral wW be reserved by
; OKEECHO or be sold to the the Plaintiffs I
t AND FOR
IX: CHANCERY. highest bidder at the court house door herein filed on the Firat day of September Trustees of the Internal Improvement CHILLS '
f BEE COUNTY IN on the tint Monday in the month ofSeptember I r A. D. 1947. and that this orderbe Fand.Easeinenta for road right of
t C SE0.. lose 1947; which 1* th* lit diy pUbUI eel tn the Okeechobee News way 200 feet wide will be reserved toy 4N r., W.laI,1 sL.FbIee i
tt t of September1 947.Dated a newspaper of general circulation aid Trustees from any parcel throats cow 9 s :
WOLFF. SR.. this 28th day: of :July, 1947. pnbllihd! in Okeehobee County Florida which there la an existing state road: : \J f
O. and and c--
J. easement for
:, MABEL BAULSRSOX: tHKFFIELD ones a week for four consecutive weeks: drainage i
; J. O. WOLFF. JR. and C 5.eaa ... .::: if
: WOLFF Clerk cf Circuit Court of Witness my hand as Clerk and the f
i JACK D. SEAL Okeechobee this 80th day of
.. Plaintiff ( Countv. FloridaBy Seal of said Court
f ; CONNIE W. BATJLEBIOX. July A. D. 1647. at Okeechobee. la the
WILLIAM Tt HOCHBERG. et ala Deputy Clark. County and State aforesaid.
Defendant MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk
of Circuit Court.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
'ORDER TO APPEAR NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Okeechobee County Florida. A
Circuit Court Seal)
s I For correct information THE STATE: OF FLORIDA: FLORIDA BEE COUNTY.IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY.OKEECIIO. T. W. CONELY. JR.. t\Ot\ MIL'TRII
Box Okeechobee. Florida.
wi flOg.
To WUIlain Hochbergand Mra. CASE NO. INS .
i nearest for Plaintiff.
contact
your tam liorbbrr Sdi Kensler. Marl LIDA LOWE by her next Attorney
M. n Ver and J. A. Baker her husband friend and husband August 1, a 15. 22 29. -- '
{ i : VETERANS ADMINISTRATION If alive, and if dead to their unknown Jesse Lowe, and .

heirs derlseeg. legatees, or --jtrantee FAY WRIGHT by her next NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
1 '; office and to all persona harlne or claiming friend and husband SELL LAND ST. PETERSBURG tt PLORIBIA

., an Intereat in the following dellrllM'dlanda E. R. Wright NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
f t situate, lying, and being In the. Plaintiffs pursuant to Section 15 (1), Chapter
County of Okerchobee. State of Florida va. 20658. Law of Florida. Acts of 194L Florida's only Recident Military<<
to-wit: L. E. BRIGGS and and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Law Academy with Junior R.O.T.C.
ADA G. BRIGGS his of Florida Act of 1931. as amendedby Unit
(Parcel No. 1) Beginning at the wife et als. Section 11. Chapter :oti.8.- Law of
t Southeast Corner at Government Lot Defendant Florida. Acts of 1941. and also pursuant Member
7 of Section 29, Township 37 South to Section 42 Chapter 20722, A
t ; Itange 35' East and run North" 102 SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Law of Florida: Act of 1941. a* 1. Southern Association of Colleger
f II rardo; thence West 313 yards: thence ORDER TO APPEAR amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079, and
South 102 yards, thence East 313 yard THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Law of Florida. Act of 1943. and Secondary Schools

to POB. Aim To L. E. Briggs and Ada G. Briggs, Section 44. Chapter 20722. Law of and
(I'arrel No. 2) SE% of SEU of SWV his wife. John I. Ellet and Tebe Florida. Acts of 1941. a* amended by .
of Section 29. Township 37 South France Ellet. his wife, if alive and Section 21. Chapter 22079. Law of Association of Military Colleges
Range $5 Kaat lose 15 ft on the Has. if such persona are dead or any of Florida. Acts of 194X! the following and Schools of the United States
and South aides for highway purUOMPS. them, to the unknown heir, devisees described lands in Okeechobee Count,.. '1
I AlsoParcel legatees or grantees and to all persona Florida to-wtt:
I e"l ( Xo. 3) SW% of SEtA of SW'/ having or claiming an interest in Lots 3 to 12 Inc. Block 3. Riverside Highest Government e
: i of Section 29. Township 37 South. the following described lands situate, Park. Rating
l! Range 35 East.GItEETiNG lying and being in the County of Okee Lots 4 and S' and 8 to 17 inc. Block i

chobee, State of Florida, to-wit: 4. Baas S/D. ,.J An Accredited
: NEK of NEt of Secttion 23. Town. will be offered for sate at pttolle outcry -
II J. O. Wolff. Rr.. J. O. Wolff. Jr. and ship 37 South Range 33 East contain for the highest and beat cash bid. ,Li University Preparatory School
I Jack J). Wolff having filed in this ing 40 acres, more or less, excepting subject to the right of the Board of
Court their sworn Bill of Complaint 15 feet along the North East and West Commissioner of Everglade Drainage ":% 1' Limited
; in this !snit the nature and purposeof aides for highway purpose District and/or Board of County Enrollment t
s 1 which lit to determine the tUle of GREETING: Commissioners of Okeechobee County.
JARS the Plaintiffs to the land hereinabore Llda Lowe by her next friend and Florida to reject any and all bid., t Separate Junior Department
described to be a good and sufficient husband, Jesse Lowe, and Fay Wright at the Courthouse beginning at 10.-00 :
; 1 CAPS, absolute fee simple title to have aU by her next friend and husband. having o'clock A. }I. on the 18th day of Aug' ?
ust. 1947.
Easement
claims and interests of the Defendant filed in this Court their sworn Bill for drainage and For Information Addrtu
and each of them in and to said land of Complaint in this Suit the nature reclamation and road purposes will be _' -

l.IDS.andRubbersj1 passed upon and determined to remove and purpose of which is to. determine reserved.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 't Col. Walter B. Mendel, President
clouds upon the Plaintiffs' titleto the title of the Plaintiffs to the land OF
EVERGLADES
said land to quiet and confirm the hereinabove described to be a good. I AGE DISTRICT DRAIN. 8 Florida Military Academy
Pbtlntlffs title thereto, and in which and sufficient absolute fee simple title, j .7s St.
BU*. of Complaint the Plaintiffs state to have all claim and interests of the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .' Petersburg Florida
J: hat they believe there are persona interested Defendants, and each of them, in and OF OKEECIIO-
INSURE In the land herein involve to said land passed upon and determined I I BEE COUNTY FLORIDA. .
Florida's
and hereinabove described, and having to remove clouds upon title of By Mabel Raulerson Sheffield Leading Military Academy'Established ..
Canning; Success named therein certain persona a:. Plaintiffs to quiet and confirm title Clerk of the Circuit Court of
known by name to them. the said of Plaintiffs and in which Bill of Okeechobee County. Florida. IUO8SI
Plaintiffs but as not known by them Complaint. Plaintlfa state they believe : a* agent for laid Boirdi.
when you follow the said Plaintiff. whether said persons there are persona interested In the By Connie W. Raulerson .
are dead or alive and a. believe land herein Involved and hereinabove' Ff i Deputy Clerk '
;instructions in the Ball by them the said Plaintiffs, if living .,; i4q"1:3

to be Interested in the property and ,
: Blue Book. at
Buy one
premises herein Involved and herein ..:., > .
your grocer's or send above described, and. If dead to have : "
been interested therein:

lOt with name and ,- ... '
And having made all persons haying :
= address tot or claiming any interest in the

: above described land. parties defend ;... ;.; t ... '.'" ... ....; 't..r.:; .
?' said Bill of : .f :
: ,RAIL BIOTHERS COMPANY ant to the Complaint;, ,. ,

: Muacle;'Indian' And having demanded from the ,

Clerk of Circuit Court in and for ': :
Okeechobee County, Florida the matIng : :' -: : ,1'v'
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of an order requiring such persons \ ** -,
and parties to appear to their
f said Bill of Complaint upon a day not .} : -,

leas than twenty-eight days nor more ,
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than sixty days from the date of the -: ;--
making Qf said order; ".. '. : ::. :,
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i that IT each lit and THEREFORE.every one of the ORDERED Defend -, : sv.-.- .j J': .l'. ; opt i I I t,

I ants above named designated and -, _
: I. specified, are hereby required to ap-
fear herein to the Plaintiffs' Bill of'wniplalnt
i r9 ., \ herein filed on the 8th day
of September, A. 1>. 11M7. and that this
; "t '' : order be published in The Okeechobee 'lHl
:New. a newspaper of general olrcnla-
: ton published in Okeechobee County
Florida once a week for four consecu-
s
J : ive! ". weeks.1VITNEt.
; Con are the dare when a low i fDt1LAMCLfMJJ1I
3 batter.Yeauud troublesome : :; :O my hand as Clerk and theSeal : ? ,
,: : delay. Now battery be of said Court' this 7th day of Ii. # :;: ;
your can August, A. I). 1947. at Okeechobee, In -
recharged quickly :. .afely .
r the County and State aforesaid. t _
; inexpensively WITHOUT ,BEING I _
TAKEN OUT OF YOUR CARt Next MADE RAULERSON: SHEFFIELDClerk Y ? / I .. -'
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of Circuit Court.
time your battery is low, drive a c ttT \
i Okeechobee! Florida
In for our fa.it battery County.
charging
II Circuit Court Seal)
ervice.In most cate*.you'll won Jr.
T. W. Conely,
be on your way with a battery Attorney for Plaintiff.
'you can count on. August 8-15-22-29: Sept. 3

f ." t.a.... .tottery laipectlea' 'iav. y.. )

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SMsi check APFLir.VTIOX .
pen NOTICE:: OF ,-
t' ;. rtt. *rfJl'Il FOR TAX DEED :; :, }. .

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Notice is hereby given that James A' -'. \ _
)urrance the holder of the following
I certificates has filed said certificates 'T' SOONER or LATER- :: -
for a tax deed to be Jssned thereon.
.9t ; : The certificate number and years of t.
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t \ .r i issuance. the description of the prop .
rty, and the names in which it was MR. JAYWALKER GETS
; A RIDE
1t; r t Ksessed are aa follows: "" .. !
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Certificate Xo. 21, Year of Issuance .
i iT1 044. *
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Issuance
Certificate No. 11. Year of .
< 1' 043 ',.'. :. i You have beard of him before read about him In the obUa* -
Certificate Xo. 18, Year of Issuance < mel and cussed him when drivin
1SH4.tVrttflcate. *. )11'. Jaywalker b the

Xo. 9. Tear of Issuance .:.. ',,': habitually irresponsible pedestrian who accounted for 54%
945.. :-
/1 j Description of property: .. .j"'f:-.... of Florida traffic fatalities one year and 195 of hia kind ;

Lots 5 and 6, Block: 8, Greeley Sub. :,, were siren a ride to the Throughout (
; TOP Ivislon. t morgue. the nation 11,=00 _
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Lot '7. 23 and 29. Section 3. Township ," pedestrians lost their Urea Jut year. Are startled
33.: Range 33. containing CO acres .: -, '
more or less. .
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Name In which assessed B. F. Smith : .';,r'- -w.v.* rf If you haTe, any J jaywalking tendendea in your mike up ;
and Blanche E. Case. s. "" .
eliminate them before they eUmhute
Danger to life
yen sad
i All of said property being In the "
.J County of Okrechobee" Stateof Florida. -- .- limb ia ever present when you rentore Into traffic.Yet it
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Unless '
such certificate
certificates
or
.: Mr Motorht- quires only the
:',i shall be redeemed according to law, simplest application of a little common HUe

the property described in such certificate 'Sand patience to
quit
( being a jaywalker.
Walk and
certificates
or will be sold to the erosa .
highest bidder" at the court house door GUI streets and highways where you should -when ahould. ; ,
on he first Monday in the month 'of yon .
September, 1947. which la 1 [ | Dont pit your body against ',
f the let day speeducr metal; It wont win.: -
ot September. 1947 A NAIIT
Dated this 22nd: day of July 1947.
Thing la
a treat
Via. FOR MABEL RAULERSON: SHEFFIELD a4t'Catve.WJa7 eat It abort before yew
Clerk: of Circuit Court > time?.Walk ,, .
of
: HOME CANNING County, Florida.By Okeechobee t safely.and lire loafer.Uf.MnrWC i,

ZINC CONNIE W. RAULERSON. '' !, "
.' CAPS Deputy Clerk. n' .Cr ,

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